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Criticism, True and False; or, The Present State of the Deuteronomy Controversy
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Criticism, True and False; or, The Present State of the Deuteronomy Controversy

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Overview

Originally arranged as a pamphlet, this concise commentary covers the controversy of Mosaic authorship and the scope of ordinances found in the book of Deuteronomy.

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Key Features

  • Collects articles on the criticism of Deuteronomy
  • Discusses theories of historical nature and authorship

Contents

  • Subjective Criticism
  • The Theories of the Critics
  • Language, Laws, and Ordinances

Product Details

  • Title: Criticism, True and False; or, The Present State of the Deuteronomy Controversy
  • Author: Gavin Carlyle
  • Publisher: John Maclaren & Son
  • Publication Date: 1879
  • Pages: 38

About Gavin Carlyle

Gavin Carlyle was a pastor in Earling, London. Carlyle’s works include The Light of All Ages, Mighty in the Scriptures: A Memoir of Adolph Saphir, The Present Peril, and Miscellaneous Discourses.