Deuteronomy 31–34 (Conclusion) with Daniel Block
Dr. Daniel Block (Wheaton College) talks to us about Deuteronomy 31–34. We discuss:
- these chapters as a death narrative
- the rhetorical purpose of these last chapters
- why Moses is barred from the promised land
- the Song of Moses
- how to translate Deut 32:8 (gods/angels/sons of Israel)
- Moses’s final blessings on the tribes of Israel
Relevant Works by Dr. Block
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- The Triumph of Grace: Literary and Theological Studies in Deuteronomic Themes. Cascade, 2017.
- Lexham Context Commentary: Volume 1: The Petateuch. Lexham, 2021.
- Covenant: The Foundation of God’s Plan of Redemption. Baker Academic, 2021.
- Deuteronomy. NIV Application Commentary. Zondervan, 2012.
- The Gospel According to Moses: Theological and Ethical Reflections on the Book of Deuteronomy. Cascade, 2012.
- How I love your Torah O LORD! Studies in the Book of Deuteronomy. Cascade, 2012.
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