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Deuteronomy, the Book of

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Deuteronomy, the Book of: The fifth of the Five Books of Moses, records Moses' final message to the Israelites, delivered during the last weeks of his life. He admonishes them to remain faithful to G-d following their entry into the Land of Israel. The book concludes with Moses’ death.
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