Deuteronomy
This fifth book from the pen of Moses completes what we call the Pentateuch. The word means "Second Legislation" (after the first the law given at Sinai).
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 History of refusal to enter Canaan  Priests, Levites, Abominations; One like Moses
 2
 Leaving the desert; land of Edom; Amorites  Cities of refuge; witnesses
 Basham; land divided; Moses not to enter  Going to war
  4
 Obedience, not idolatry; law introduced  Murder; marriage of captives; rebellious son
 Commandments stated again  Marriage violations, good neighbors, animals
  Be faithful  Keep separate from the wicked
 Driving out the nations; accountability  Divorce; loans; dealing with the poor
 Remember the Lord when all is well  Going to court; kindness to animals; honest weights
 History of rebellion  Firstfruits; tithes; obedience
 The second set of tablets; the ark; fear God  Altar for Mt. Ebal; curses for idolatry, adultery, etc.
 Love and obey; false worship  Blessings and curses
 One place of worship; do not ask about gods  Importance and terms of the covenant
 Death for those who turn to idolatry  Summary; call to choose life
 Clean meat; tithe  Joshua new leader; law to be read; rebellion predicted
 Debts; the poor; slaves; firstborn animals  Final song of Moses
 Feasts of Passover and unleavened...  Final blessing of Moses
 Other gods; Levites judge; kings follow law  Moses dies on Mt. Nebo
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