Human Rights in Deuteronomy

Human Rights in Deuteronomy

English | 2014 | ISBN: 3110363208 | PDF | 261 Pages | 1.4 mb

This study compares two Deuteronomic slave laws with their counterparts adopting a multidimensional examination including classified subject matters, rhetorical techniques, and the rationale of legal philosophy. This approach sheds light on the similarity and differences between the biblical and ANE slave laws, as well as the basic concepts of human rights presented in Deuteronomy.


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