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Moses and Deuteronomy


Thomas Nelson 1878

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Providing an acute commentary on the authorship, dating, and composition of the book of Deuteronomy, Samuel Ives Curtiss provides synopsis and explanation on the views of notable theologians. This text was originally published as a pamphlet.

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Key Features

  • Discusses the dating and chronology of Deuteronomy
  • Examines other popular views on the topic of the composition of the book


  • Passages Containing Post-Mosaic References
  • Post-Mosaic Laws
  • References to Deuteronomy by the Prophets of the Eighth Century
  • Arguments in Favour of the Mosaic Authorship
  • Position of German Evangelical Critics

Product Details

  • Title: Moses and Deuteronomy
  • Author: Samuel Ives Curtiss
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1878
  • Pages: 32

About Samuel Ives Curtiss

Samuel Ives Curtiss (1844–1904) was chair of Old Testament literature and interpretation at Chicago Theological Seminary. A student of Franz Delitzsch, Curtiss translated much of Delitzsch’s work into English.

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