Inquiring into the authorship and transposition of the book of Deuteronomy, John William McGarvey offers studies on the composition, literary characteristics, syntactical structure, and origins of the text. Comparing the book with the remainder of the Pentateuch and its manuscripts, McGarvey explores the primary foundations of the knowledge found in the book.
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McGarvey, who knows the Bible as few men living know it, takes up the leading method as applied to Deuteronomy. McGarvey’s books is an exhaustive application of the same thorough-going method to the statements of all the leading rationalistic critics on the points of the issue.