Plumbing the Riches: Deuteronomy for the Preacher

Interpretation 41 (3):269-281 (1987)
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Hearing the words of Deuteronomy, the preacher is called to make clear what it means to be God's covenant community and to live according to his will rather than the dictates of the surrounding culture

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