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Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Harvard University, 2007.

Author: Joel S. Baden

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161499301

Category: Religion

Page: 339

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Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Harvard University, 2007.
2009 By Joel S. Baden

The final redaction of the Pentateuch Those who have followed the discussion so far will have realized how complex ... It is possible to note a certain consensus at most on the following points : J and E must have existed in parallel ...

Author: J. Alberto Soggin

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 0664221564

Category: Religion

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This volume, a part of the Old Testament Library series, provides an introduction to the Old Testament. The Old Testament Library provides fresh and authoritative treatments of important aspects of Old Testament study through commentaries and general surveys. The contributors are scholars of international standing.
1989-01-01 By J. Alberto Soggin

58 A useful recent survey of European scholarship on the Pentateuch may be found in H-C Schmitt, Arbeitsbuch zum Alten Testament, 3rd edn (2011). 59 Van Seters, The Edited Bible (2006). 60 J. S. Baden, J, E, and the Redaction of the ...

Author: John Van Seters

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780567658807

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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In this magisterial overview of the Pentateuch John Van Seters reviews the various historical-critical attempts to read it that arise from notions about the social evolution of Israel's religion and culture. Is the Pentateuch an accumulation of folk traditions, a work of ancient historiography, a document legitimizing religious reform? In dialogue with competing views, Van Seters advocates a compositional model that recognizes the social and historical diversity of the literary strata. Van Seters argues that a proto-Pentateuchal author created a comprehensive history from Genesis to Numbers that was written as a prologue to the Deuteronomistic History (Deuteronomy to 2 Kings) in the exilic period and later expanded by a Priestly writer to make it the foundational document of the Jerusalem temple community. This social-science commentary on the Pentateuch is renowned as one of the most influential volumes on this group of texts. For the new edition Van Seters has revised several sections of the text, updating and integrating new bibliographical items, and refining the text where necessary. A reflective preface summarizes these changes and developments for the reader's convenience.
2015-09-24 By John Van Seters

And does the Deuteronomistic redaction of the Pentateuch still bear witness to such a work? Or did the coordination of Deuteronomy with the Source strata, and therefore the Deuteronomic-Deuteronomistic redaction, come only after J/E had ...

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Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783112314999

Category: Technology & Engineering

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In this book the texts of Noth's P and J have all such gaps clearly marked and explained in the notes . ... The P stage of redaction created framing elements for the JE material and supplemented it by inserting appropriate additions ...

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Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 145141367X

Category: Religion

Page: 266

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Here are indispensable tools for the student of Pentateuchal source analysis: --The complete NRSV text of the Priestly document, the Yahwist narrative, the Elohist texts, and non-source texts of the Pentateuch as identified by Martin Noth --Introductions that review the history of source-oriented research and the current debate over the origin and growth of the Pentateuch --Annotations that help with the understanding of source-critical decisions --Studies of three composite texts that exemplify the nature of the problem and possible approaches to a solution.
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Riehm's own preference was for the theory that J, E and the Grundschrift had been combined together, probably before the time of Hosea, and that the Deuteronomistic redaction had put the Pentateuch substantially into its extant form.

Author: John Rogerson

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781608997336

Category: Religion

Page: 336

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The study of Old Testament criticism requires the bridges of an important cultural gap because the home of the method and the place of its most creative use is still Germany. In this authoritative work, British scholar John Rogerson discusses two specific questions: how did the critical method arise in Germany in the nineteenth century, and how was its reception into England affected by the theological and philosophical climate? This is the first book which attempts to trace in such detail the impact of German critical method upon scholarship in England. As such it is a valuable contribution to the history of Old Testament scholarship and to the history of ideas. Part I examines German scholarship from 1800-60, from the founder of modern criticism, W. M. L. de Wette, through to the submergence of this early radicalism by the so-called positive criticism, and the confessional orthodoxy led by Hengstenberg. Part II investigates the use of Old Testament criticism in England with particular attention to contacts between Germany and England and to a comparison of the respective intellectual climates. Part III focuses again on German scholarship, particularly on the rebirth of de Wettian ideas, as expressed by Julius Wellhausen. It explains how the reception of Wellhausen in England involved a modification of his position in the light of neo-Hegelian philosophy.
2010-06-01 By John Rogerson

... the Pentateuch.82 Moreover, leaving aside the fact that J is not part of the corpus of Deuteronomistic literature, ... 'The Deuteronomistic Redaction of the Pentateuch', 302–303: 'The non-P (J) work was composed as a prologue to the ...

Author: Hans Ausloos

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004307049

Category: Religion

Page: 448

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In The Deuteronomist’s History, Hans Ausloos provides for the first time a detailed critical survey of the relationship between the books Genesis–Numbers and the so-called Deuteronom(ist)ic literature, using Exod. 23:20-33 as illustration.
2015-10-12 By Hans Ausloos

3; Joel S. Baden, E, J, and the Redaction of the Pentateuch, FAT 68 (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2009), 197–207; and idem, “Identifying the Original Stratum of P,” in The Strata of the Priestly Writings: Contemporary Debate and Future ...

Author: Jason M. H. Gaines

Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 9781506400464

Category: Religion

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Applying criteria for the identification of biblical Hebrew poetry, Jason M. H. Gaines distinguishes a nearly complete poetic Priestly stratum in the Pentateuch (“Poetic P”), coherent in literary, narrative, and ideological terms, from a later prose redaction (“Prosaic P”), which is fragmentary, supplemental, and distinct in thematic and theological concern. Gaines describes the whole of the “Poetic P” source and offers a Hebrew reconstruction of the document. This dramatically innovative understanding of the history of the Priestly composition opens up new vistas in the study of the Pentateuch.
2015-12-15 By Jason M. H. Gaines

Untersuchungen zur Endredaktion des Pentateuch ( FRLANT 186 ; Göttingen 2000 ) ; J. BLENKINSOPP , “ A Post - exilic lay source in Genesis 1-11 " , Abschied vom Jahwisten . Die Komposition des Hexateuch in der jüngsten Diskussion ( eds .

Author: Jean Louis Ska

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161499050

Category: Religion

Page: 280

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The studies collected in this book represent landmarks in the vast exegetical landscape of the Pentateuch. In the first series of these studies, Jean-Louis Ska examines key texts from different perspectives and draws a map to show the way. These texts are mainly the story of the flood (Gen 6-9), the call of Abraham (Gen 12:1-4), God's covenant with Abraham (Gen 15), the Lord's apparition to Abraham in Mamre (Gen 18), the sacrifice of Isaac (Gen 22), the introduction to the Sinai covenant (Exod 19:3-6), and the meal and the vision on the mountain (Exod 24:9-11). Different methods are used according to the text or the topic treated: literary criticism, redaction criticism, inner-biblical exegesis, and narrative analysis. In the second part, the author grapples with some basic issues in recent debates about exegetical methods: the function of the narrator, the validity of resorting to the category of redactor, the nature and purpose of the biblical law collections, and the legitimacy of a critical reading of the Old Testament. The Pentateuch is a cantata with many voices, and faithfulness to its nature means that the exegete has to use all the instruments at his or her disposal to make this old music be heard once again.
2009 By Jean Louis Ska

Michael J. Stahl. toward alternative redaction-critical and traditional-historical models of the Pentateuch's formation.55 In the case of Genesis, the book most plausibly appears to be the result of the coordination and redaction of ...

Author: Michael J. Stahl

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004447721

Category: Religion

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In The “God of Israel” in History and Tradition, Michael Stahl examines the historical and ideological significances of the formulaic title “god of Israel” (’elohe yisra’el) in the Hebrew Bible using critical theory on social power and identity.
2021-03-22 By Michael J. Stahl