In this three-volume collection, the Old Testament laws are examined through a literary, theological, and historical lens, providing a contextual interpretation of the book of Deuteronomy. Although commonly regarded as a book of laws and history, the authors, experts in their fields, assert that it also a book of grace and reveals much of God’s character. Much attention is paid to the time and place of the writings, as well as linguistic and literary qualities of the book. Deuteronomy is also compared to the other books of the Old Testament, giving context and depth to the study. Understanding key components of covenant and law will give further meaning to the rest of the Scripture, and this academic set will aid scholars, professors and anyone wishing to learn more about the roles of law, grace, God’s anger, and the history of this Old Testament book.
Studies on Deuteronomy (3 vols.) includes helpful notes, cross-references, indexes, detailed table of contents, and bibliographies to guide study and research.