Paul Copan maintains that God did not command genocide in Deuteronomy, as the word is understood today. He gives several general principles that put the biblical passages in context. Paul explains the justness of God's command concerning the Canaanites and other peoples in the Promised Land and exposes the perversities that called for divine judgment. He also stresses that this command was temporary, unique, and unrepeatable.
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