Studies in Deuteronomy

Studies in Deuteronomy

Studies in Deuteronomy

Studies in Deuteronomy

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It is with some diffidence that I see this little book appear again unchanged. The study of the Book of Deuteronomy has advanced both in the Anglo-Saxon world and in Germany and, moreover, in the winter of 1945-6, when I was preparing these pages, I was cut off from nearly all the more recent foreign literature on the subject. I regret particularly that I was not then able to consult the important work of Adam Welch. Nevertheless I should be glad if this little book, in spite of its deficiencies, could make some contribution to the interaction in Old Testament studies in both lands.

G. v. R.

Heidelberg, 11 th December, 1952 . . .

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