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Moab Oder Sichem - Wo Wurde DTN 28 Nach Der Fabel Des Deuteronomiums Proklamiert?

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The widespread and undoubtedly correct belief that Deuteronomy 27 contains additives that have been pushed to the original concept of the book of Deuteronomy there late and without consideration seems to be so powerful. Deuteronomy 28 is a self put forward in Moab admonition, based upon the blessings and curses pronounced during the renewal of the covenant on the plains of Moab. The covenant in Moab comes to a certain extent only after the Conquest in its full form. In Moab itself a blessing and a curse only pre-formulated and announced, and their ritual execution after the Conquest is commanded. The original context of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Deuteronomy 27; Deuteronomy 28; Moab admonition



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