46.  DEUTERONOMY.

References to Deuteronomy in the New Testament, quoted by Jesus Christ in His conflict with Satan.  Deut. 6:13, 16; 8:3; 10:20.  Cp. Matt. 4:4, 7, 10.

The following important passages are referred to :--
 
Deut. :  See :
1:31. Acts 13:18 (R.V. margin).
4:24. Heb. 12:29.
4:35. Mark 12:32.
6:4, 5. Matt. 22:37, 38.  Luke 10:27.
10:17. Acts 10:34.  Rom. 2:11.  Gal. 2:6.  Eph. 6:9.  Col. 3:25.  1Pet. 1:17.
17:6. Matt. 18:16.  2Cor. 13:1.  Heb. 10:28.
18:15. Acts 3:22; 7:37.
19:15. Deut. 17:6, above.
21:23. Gal. 3:13.
24:1. Matt. 5:31; 19:7.
25:4. 1Cor. 9:9.  1Tim. 5:18.
27:26. Gal. 3:10.
29:4. Rom. 11:8.
29:18. Heb. 12:15.
30:4. Matt. 24:31.
30:11-14. Rom. 10:6-8.
31:6-8. Heb. 13:5 (cp. Josh. 1:5).
32 and 33:1-29. Rev. 15:3.
32:17. 1Cor. 10:20.
32:21. Rom. 10:19.  1Cor. 10:22.
32:35, 36. Heb. 10:30.
32:43 (Sept.). Heb. 1:6.  Rom. 15:10.

Any variations in the laws, as compared with those given nearly forty years before, are explained (1) either by reference to different events (cp. 1:13, 18 with Ex. 18 and Num. 11); (2) or, repeated with a different object, and from a different point of view (cp. 1:22 with Num. 13:1-3); (3) or, because wilderness laws were not suitable for the Land (cp. 12:15 with Lev. 17:3, 4); (4) or, modified for the same reason (cp. 1, 12 and 16 with Lev. 23 and Num. 28 and 29).  Other variations are complementary (1:45; 3:4; 25:17, 18).

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