- of, relating to, or resembling Deuteronomy, especially the laws contained in that book.
Origin of Deuteronomic
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In England it took the form of a kind of Deuteronomic religion.Outspoken Essays
William Ralph Inge
There is no trace in Amos of any influence peculiar to either the Deuteronomic or the Levitical legislation.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of the Twelve Prophets, Vol. I
George Adam Smith
Professor Robertson Smith infers that a Deuteronomic insertion has misplaced them in one text, and mutilated them in another.
It is probably added by a later editor who took the Deuteronomic standpoint.
The reformation under Josiah is therefore known as the Deuteronomic reformation.The Evolution of Old Testament Religion
W. E. Orchard