Our Guides through Deuteronomy
Introduction to Deuteronomy
D. Moody Smith Distinguished Professor of Old Testament; Professor of Law; Duke Divinity School
Professor of Divinity; Beeson Divinity School
Old Testament Theology. IVP Academic, 1998.
“Examining the Narratives of Old Testament Narrative: An Exploration in Biblical Theology,” Westminster Theological Journal 67 (2005): 229–45.
Deuteronomy 5, 13
Decalogue & Name
Associate Professor of Old Testament; Talbot School of Theology
Deuteronomy 6, 10
The Love of God
Albert A. List Professor of Jewish Studies; Harvard Divinity School
Deuteronomy 7, 19, 21-22
Associate Professor of Old Testament; Regent College
Portraying Violence in the Hebrew Bible: A Literary and Cultural Study. Cambridge University Press, 2020.
Flood and Fury: Engaging Old Testament Violence. IVP Academic, 2023.
Deuteronomy 11, 22, 24, 26
Land, Economy, Sexual Violence
Robert H. Gundry Chair of Biblical Studies, Westmont College
Food and Festivals
Michael Rhodes (PhD, University of Aberdeen/Trinity College Bristol)
Lecturer in Old Testament; Carey Baptist College
Professor of Hebrew Bible; Samford University
Creation Rediscovered: Finding New Meaning in an Ancient Story. Hendrickson, 2020.
Seekers in the Hands of an Elusive God. Hendrickson, forthcoming.