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Why I Still Believe that Moses Wrote Deuteronomy
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Why I Still Believe that Moses Wrote Deuteronomy


Maclaren & Macniven 1878

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Refuting contrary views that Moses may not be the author of Deuteronomy, George C.M. Douglas analyzes the authorship, composition, and formulation of the text. Douglas compares the composition and stylistic writing of Deuteronomy with that of the Pentateuch as a whole.

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Key Features

  • Examines the authorship of the book of Deuteronomy
  • Discusses viewpoints regarding Moses as author of the book
  • Compares the styles of Deuteronomy with other books of the Pentateuch

Product Details

  • Title: Why I Still Believe that Moses Wrote Deuteronomy
  • Author: George C.M. Douglas
  • Publisher: Maclaren and Macniven
  • Publication Date: 1878
  • Pages: 118

About George C.M. Douglas

George C.M. Douglas (1826–1904) was educated at the University of Glasgow and at New College, Edinburgh before becoming pastor at Bridge of Weir from 1852–1857. Douglas later became professor of Hebrew at Free Church College in Glasgow, Scotland. Douglas’s familiarity with German, French, and English gave him a wide scope of understanding for his various works including The Book of Judges, Isaiah One, The Book of Jeremiah, and The Six Intermediate Minor Prophets.

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