Bible Exam

  1. Deuteronomy is Greek for
    “second law”
  2. Brings an end to the forty year
    valley of wilderness wandering
  3. Traces the replacing of the unbelieving exodus generation with the
    conquest generation
  4. Records three major speeches from Moses to this
    conquest generation
  5. wrote most of Deuteronomy but it also talks about his death so he didn’t write all of it
  6. written:
    1405 BC
  7. message:
    A second law prepares a new generation for the Promised Land
  8. Moses’ first address: Review of God’s past faithfulness
    • Setting for the covenant speeches
    • God’s faithfulness from Horeb to the Jordan
    • Israel and the Lord
  9. Moses’ second address: Covenant obligations
    • Introduction to second address
    • Foundational commands for obedience in the land
    • Laws flowing from foundational commands
  10. Laws flowing from foundational commands
    • 1: Proper worship of the Lord
    • 2: Right responses to idolatry
    • 3: Practical reverence of the Lord
    • 4: Sabbath practices
    • 5: respect for authority
    • 6: Sanctity of life
    • 7: Improper unions
    • 8: Respect for others’ property
    • 9: Integrity and truth
    • 10: Fairness
  11. Moses’ third address: Stipulations of the covenant
    • Covenant ceremony at Shechem
    • Curses for specific disobedience
    • Blessings for obedience
  12. Curses for general disobedience to covenant
    • Narrative insertion
    • Renewal of covenant
    • Call to covenant commitment
  13. Transition of covenant representatives: Moses to Joshua
    • Israel’s future leader
    • Song of Moses
    • Moses to die
    • Moses’ final blessing on Israel
    • Epilogue: Moses
    • Death and burial
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