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The “Critical Theory” of Deuteronomy, Explained in a Lecture
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The “Critical Theory” of Deuteronomy, Explained in a Lecture

by

John Maclaren & Son, D. Bryce and Son, A. & R. Milne 1880

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Overview

Originally delivered as a lecture, this succinct commentary provides analysis on the Mosaic authorship, the relevance of the law to Christianity, and the development of the text.

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Key Features

  • Contains a lecture on the critical theory of Deuteronomy
  • Provides a quick look at the difficulties of the books of Moses

Product Details

  • Title: The “Critical Theory” of Deuteronomy, Explained in a Lecture
  • Author: John Robertson
  • Publisher: John Maclaren & Son
  • Publication Date: 1880
  • Pages: 30

About John Robertson

John Robertson (1832–1889) was educated at the University of Edinburgh.