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The Jewish Study Bible Contextualizes the Hebrew Bible with accompanying scholarly text on Jewish traditions and history.

Outline and Structure of Deuteronomy

  • I. The first discourse of Moses ( 1.1–4.43 )

    • A. Editorial headnote ( 1.1–5 )
    • B. Historical review ( 1.6–3.29 )
    • C. Exhortation to obey the Torah ( 4.1–40 )
    • D. Appendix: cities of refuge in Transjordan ( 4.41–43 )
  • II. The second discourse of Moses ( 4.44–28.68 )

    • A. Introduction ( 4.44–49 )
    • B. The revelation of the Decalogue at Sinai/Horeb ( 5.1–30 )
    • C. Preamble to the laws: the requirement of loyalty to God ( 6.1–11.32 )
      • 1. Validation of Mosaic instruction as revealed upon Horeb ( 6.1–3 )
      • 2. A sermon on the first commandment of the Decalogue ( 6.4–25 )
      • 3. The war of conquest ( 7.1–26 )
      • 4. The temptation to pride and self‐sufficiency in the land 8.1–20 )
      • 5. The already broken and renewed covenant 9.1–10.11 )
      • 6.Obedience as the condition for prosperity in the land ( 10.12–11.32 )
    • D. The legal corpus ( 12.1–26.15 )
      • 1. Centralization and purification of sacrificial worship ( 12.1–13.1 )
      • 2. The requirement for unconditional loyalty ( 13.2–19 )
      • 3. The obligations of holiness ( 14.1–29 )
      • 4. Remission of debts and manumission of slaves ( 15.1–18 )
      • 5. Sacrifice of firstlings ( 15.19–23 )
      • 6. The festival calendar ( 16.1–17 )
      • 7. Laws of public officials ( 16.18–18.22 )
      • 8. Cities of refuge ( 19.1–13 )
      • 9. Boundary markers ( 19.14 )
      • 10. The integrity of the judicial system ( 19.15–21 )
      • 11. Rules for waging holy war ( 20.1–20 )
      • 12. Atonement for an unsolved murder ( 21.1–9 )
      • 13. Miscellaneous criminal, civil, and family laws ( 21.10–25.19 )
      • 14. Concluding liturgies ( 26.1–15 )
    • E. Formal conclusion: the reciprocity of the covenant ( 26.16–19 )
    • F. Ceremonies at Shechem upon entry to land ( 27.1–26; cf. 11.29–32 )
    • G. The consequences of obedience or disobedience: blessing or curse ( 28.1–68 )
  • III. The third discourse of Moses: the ratification ceremony for the covenant on the plains of Moab ( 28.69–30.20 )

    • A. Editorial heading: the relation between Moab and Horeb ( 28.69 )
    • B. Didactic review of Israel's history ( 29.1–8 )
    • C. Imprecation to ensure loyalty to the covenant ( 29.9–28 )
    • D. Reassurance of restoration ( 30.1–10 )
    • E. The accessibility of Torah ( 30.11–14 )
    • F. The necessity of choice ( 30.15–20 )
  • IV. The death of Moses and the formation of the Torah ( 31.1–34.12 )

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