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The Exodus-conquest narrative : the composition of the non-priestly narratives in Exodus-Joshua / Stephen Germany.

Germany, Stephen (författare)
ISBN 9783161555183
Publicerad: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, [2017]
Copyright: ©2017
Engelska xiv, 515 pages
Serie: Forschungen zum Alten Testament, 0940-4155 ; 115
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  • Introduction -- Contextualization of the problem -- Methodology -- Out of Egypt (Exod 1-12) -- Pharaoh's oppression of the Israelites (Exod 1) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Moses' birth and flight from Egypt (Exod 2:l-15ab...) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Moses in Midian (Exod 2:15bB-4:31) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The first encounter with pharaoh (Exod 5:1-6:1) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- A second commissioning of Moses (Exod 6:2-7:7) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The plagues and the departure from Egypt (Exod 7:8-12:51) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Result -- Into the wilderness (Exod 13-18) -- The itinerary notices in exodus and numbers -- The miracle at the Sea (Exod 13:17-14:31) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The song at the sea and the song of Miriam (Exod 15:1-21) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Marah and Elim (Exod 15:22-27) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Quails and Manna (Exod 16) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Water from a Rock (Exod 17:1...b-7) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The war with Amalek (Exod 17:8-16) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Jethro (Exod 18) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Result -- The revelation of the law at Sinai (Exod 19-24 // Deut 5:1-6:3) -- Exod 19-24 -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- The theophany texts -- The narratives relating to the law -- The theophany without the law (Scenario 1) -- The law without the theophany (Scenario 2) -- Law and theophany together (Scenario 3) -- Synthesis -- Deut 5:1-6:3 -- Literary-critical analysis -- Synthesis -- Comparison of Exod 19-24 and Deut 5:1-6:3 -- Result -- The golden calf and its Aftermath (Exod 32-34 // Deut 9:7-10:11) -- Exod 32-34 -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Deut 9:7-10:11 -- Literary-critical analysis -- Synthesis -- Comparison of Exod 32-34 and Deut 9:7-10:11 -- Result -- From Sinai to Kadesh (Num 10-19) -- The people's departure (Num 10:29-36) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Further complaints in the wilderness (Num 11) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The complaint of Miriam and Aaron against Moses (Num 12) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The story of the spies (Num 13-14) -- Literary-critical analysis of num 13-14 -- Macrocontextual analysis of num 13-14 -- Synthesis -- Literary-critical analysis of Deut 1:19-46 -- Comparison of num 13-14 and Deut 1:19-46 -- Result -- Dathan, Abiram, the 250 men, and Korah (Num 16-17) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Result -- From Kadesh to the plains of Moab (Num 20-21 // Deut 1-3) -- Priestly material in num 20-21 -- Israel's detour around Edom (Num 20:14-21) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The defeat of Sihon and Og (Num 21:21-35) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The mosaic retrospective in Deut 1-3* -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Jephthah's speech in Judg 11:12-28 -- The Relationship among the parallel accounts -- Comparison of individual motifs -- Synthesis -- The itinerary reports (Num 20:1, 22; 21:4a, 10-20; 22:1) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Result -- Balaam (Num 22-24) -- Literary-Critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- The first oracle (Num 23:7-10) -- The second oracle (Num 23:18b-24) -- The third oracle (Num 24:3-9) -- The fourth through seventh oracles (Num 24:15-24) -- The prose narrative -- Synthesis -- Preparations for conquest (Josh 1-5) -- Instructions prior to entering the land (Josh 1) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Rahab and the spies (Josh 2) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The crossing of the Jordan (Josh 3-4) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- A bookend to the exodus (Josh 5) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Result -- The Conquest of Jericho and Ai (Josh 6-8) -- The conquest of Jericho (Josh 6) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Achan's Sin (Josh 7) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The conquest of Ai (Josh 8) -- Literary-critical analysis of Josh 8 -- Excursus : the manuscript evidence for Josh 8:10-13 -- Macrocontextual analysis of Josh 8 -- Literary-critical analysis of Judg 20 -- Comparison of Josh 8 and Judg 20 -- Synthesis -- Result -- The conquest of the remainder of the land (Josh 9-12) -- The gibeonite accord (Josh 9) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The conquest of the south (Josh 10) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The conquest of the north (Josh 11) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- The list of conquered cities (Josh 12) -- Literary-critical analysis -- Macrocontextual analysis -- Synthesis -- Result -- Conclusion -- The theoretical problem and a proposed solution -- Synthesis and evaluation of the results -- The earliest exodus-conquest narrative -- Pre-priestly expansions to the exodus-conquest narrative -- Implications for the formation of the hexateuch -- Bibliography -- Index of ancient sources -- Index of modern authors -- Subject index -- Index of geographical names.
  • In this study, Stephen Germany investigates the literary development of the non-priestly narratives in Exod 1-18; 19-24; 32-34; Num 10-16; 20-24; and Josh 1-12. Through a new comparison of the various literary strata in these narratives to priestly texts, the author concludes that a significant portion of the non-priestly narratives in Exodus-Joshua belong to a post-priestly stage of composition. The reconstruction of the remaining pre-priestly narrative in these books supports the theory of an exodus-conquest narrative as one of the literary precursors to the Pentateuch and book of Joshua, challenging both the Documentary Hypothesis and the Deuteronomistic History hypothesis in their various forms. 

Ämnesord

P document (Biblical criticism)  (LCSH)
P document (Biblical criticism)  (fast)

Genre

Analys och tolkning  (saogf)
Criticism, interpretation, etc.  (fast)

Titel

Bible. Exodus -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Joshua -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Numbers -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Exodus.
Bible. Joshua.
Bible. Numbers.
Bibeln. Moseböckerna
Bibeln. Josua
Bible. Exodus -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Pentateuch -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Joshua -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.

Klassifikation

BS1245.52BS1181.6 (LCC)
BS (ämneskategori)
222/.1206 (DDC)
Cbaaa (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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