Table of contents for Deuteronomic theology and the significance of Torah : a reappraisal / Peter T. Vogt.

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Preface 	 vii
Abbreviations 	 ix
Introduction 	 1
Historical Background 6
The Aim and Method of the Present Work 14
Ideology and Structure in Deuteronomy 15
1. Centralization, Secularization, and Demythologization 
in Deuteronomy 	 32
Centralization in Deuteronomy 33
Secularization and Demythologization in Deuteronomy 70
The Ideology(ies) of Centralization, Secularization, and Demythologization 93
2. A Key Text: Deuteronomy 1:9/18 	 98
Prevailing View: 
Secularization of Judicial Procedure 98
Evaluation 101
Alternative View:
Yahweh and Torah for All Times 107
Conclusions regarding Deuteronomy 1:9/18 112
3. A Key Text: Deuteronomy 4:1/6:9 	 113
Deuteronomy 4 113
Deuteronomy 5:1/6:9 136
4. A Key Text: Deuteronomy 12 	 160
Prevailing View: Radical Reform 162
Evaluation 167
Alternative View: The Supremacy of Yahweh 197
Conclusions regarding Deuteronomy 12 203
5. A Key Text: Deuteronomy 16:18/18:22 	 204
Prevailing View: 
Centralization and Secularization 204
Alternative View: 
Supremacy of Yahweh and Torah 209
Conclusions regarding 
Deuteronomy 16:18/18:22 224
Implications and Conclusions 	 227
Indexes 	 233
Index of Authors 233
Index of Scripture 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. O.T. Deuteronomy -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. O.T. Deuteronomy -- Theology.