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H. CAZELLES, Institutions et terminologie en Deuteronome i 6-17

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The Deuteronomic code slice on other legal corpus of the Pentateuch by the place it gives to institutions and, especially, for the status it attributes to functions in the people of God. This study is thus at the crossroads of a double series of research: Research on Institutions in line with the chapter what Jacob has dedicated his theology and R.de Vaux in his two volumes. The first chapter of Deuteronomy shows that curiosity, and has this interest, treat in a form that is both historic and oratory a number of topics. After two verses on the multiplication of Israel as the stars of heaven (Xxxii cf. Ex 13), the author returns to its phraseology in verse 12. The author presents verses that are a new revolution on testimony of institutions.

Keywords: Deuteronomic code; phraseology; testimony of institutions; Pentateuch; God

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