The book of Deuteronomy self-consciously addresses different generations of readers---creating unusual problems in understanding and interpretation. Patrick Miller steers preachers and teachers through these difficulties, carefully discussing the nature and character of the law, the nature of the moral life under God, and even the place of Deuteronomy in the New Testament. 276 pages, hardcover from John Knox.
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Date:October 30, 2009
Patrick Miller's insight into Deuteronomy will grip your attention from introduction to last page. He provides great overview and depth of the intent of the author and exposes the real meaning of the book. Miller has a masterful way of making connections and pointing out nuances in this treatment. Once you read this book your ability to preach and teach its contents and divine purposes will be expanded. It is must reading for understanding the place and importance of Deuteronomy in the canon and for background for NT study. Money well spent.