Rabbis going back to the Talmudic age recognized that in many ways, Deuteronomy was a book apart from the rest of the Torah. They even recognized Mosaic authorship (as opposed to divine authorship). Stylistically, thematically, and theologically, Deuteronomy is almost better-viewed as the first book of the Nevi'im rather than the last book of Torah. This session will explore how Deuteronomy can be viewed as "The Book of Moses" in the same way that we have the Book of Isaiah, Book of Jeremiah, and other individual books of the prophets. The session will aslo explore the implications of this viewpoint.