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Dtn 13 in Der Neueren Deuteronomiumforschung

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Deuteronomy 13 is a foreign body, because it is not a centralized law. Deuteronomy 13 is a latecomer in the deuteron-ronomium. The salutation in the plural to the collective is commonly a feature of later, usually Deuteronomic revision. The integration of Deuteronomy 13 by means of the frame of Deut 12 has been questioned rather critical of PE Dion. The emergence of the Deuteronomistic frame piece of ch. 12 is in question, as well as outlining the framing of Deuteronomy 12 as such. The fact that Deut 13 a casuistic law is formally not be construed as a contract stipulation. Such would consist of a number of Protaseis containing the contract terms which follow as Apodoseis the contract curses. The original context of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Apodoseis; casuistic law; Deuteronomy 13; Protaseis



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