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Coogan Chapter 11 The End of the Journey to the Promised Land Deuteronomy 1. What is the relationship of the book of Deuteronomy to the preceding four books of the Pentateuch? What is the relationship to the books that follow? a. Most of the books are narratives meant to tell religious lessons while Deuteronomy is more of a farewell address and then a passage of Moses’ death. It is written in a rhetorical style, meant to persuade and show what is meant to be done. The preceding books and the books to follow are narratives. b. Deuteronomy is not the end of the plot. The chapters to follow are meant to finish, which happens in Joshua c. The end of the primary divine instructions 2. How do the laws in Deuteronomy differ from those found earlier in the Pentateuch? How can these differences be explained? a. The laws in Deuteronomy are not called the Ten Commandments but over time they are considered the Ten Commandments. i.
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