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Wednesday Giveaway - NIV Application Commentary on Deuteronomy

Categories Old Testament

NIVAC DeuteronomyIt has been an exciting few months for the
venerable NIV Application Commentary. First, John Walton’s commentary on Job
was released in August, and now Daniel I. Block’s volume on Deuteronomy is
being added to the series.

The later, of course, is our featured giveaway
this week on Koinonia.

Block, who teaches Old Testament at Wheaton,
suggests that the ancient book of Deuteronomy proclaims a very relevant word of
grace and gospel to the church today.

Focusing on the covenantal nature of God’s
relationship with his people, this commentary highlights the unity between the covenant-making
God depicted in Deuteronomy and Jesus Christ who inaugurated a new covenant in
the breaking of the bread.

Block structured his work around the text’s
natural division into a series of sermons, and uses this structure to explain
the theological significance and practical relevance of the final book of the
Pentateuch.

To enter the giveaway, comment
below with your answer to this question: Who do you believe wrote the
final chapter of Deuteronomy (the account of Moses’ death and burial)?

Also, a bonus entry is
available if you comment a second time letting us know that you shared a link
to this giveaway on Facebook, Twitter, or your blog.

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*If you are reading this via
Facebook, email, or RSS, please visit the blog to enter. One winner will
be determined by Random Integer Generator. Giveaway ends Thursday at midnight*

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