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Pentateuch, Hexateuch, or Enneateuch: Identifying Literary Works in Genesis through Kings (Thomas B Dozeman Konrad Schmid, Thomas Romer (eds)) Paperback Book, (SBL Press, 2011) 9781589835429
Pentateuch, Hexateuch, or Enneateuch: Identifying Literary Works in Genesis through Kings (Thomas B Dozeman Konrad Schmid, Thomas Romer (eds)) Paperback Book, (SBL Press, 2011) 9781589835429
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Title: Pentateuch, Hexateuch, or Enneateuch: Identifying Literary Works in Genesis through Kings

Author: Dozeman, Thomas B Konrad Schmid, Thomas Romer (eds)

Publisher: SBL Press; Publication Date: 2011

Paperback; ISBN: 9781589835429

Volumes: 1; Pages: 324

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The identification of literary works in the Pentateuch and the Former Prophets is a hallmark of the modern historical-critical interpretation of the Hebrew Bible. The theories of a Tetrateuch, a Hexateuch, or a Deuteronomistic History have played a central role in recovering the literary history of the Pentateuch and the Former Prophets. The breakdown of these methodologies in recent research has forced scholars to reevaluate the criteria for identifying literary works in the formation of the Hebrew Bible. The present volume explores anew, without presupposition or exclusion, the criteria by which interpreters identify literary works in these books as a resource for recovering the composition history of the literature. It also brings North American and European approaches to the topic into a common discussion.ContentsAbbreviations IntroductionThomas B. Dozeman, Thomas R�mer, and Konrad SchmidMethodological StudiesThe Emergence and Disappearance of the Separation between the Pentateuch and the Deuteronomistic History in Biblical Studies, Konrad SchmidHow Many Books (teuchs): Pentateuch, Hexateuch,Deuteronomistic History, or Enneateuch?, Thomas R�merPentateuch,Hexateuch,Enneateuch Or: How Can One Recognize a Literary Work in the Hebrew Bible?, Erhard Blum"Empirical" Comparison and the Analysis of the Relationship of the Pentateuch and the Former Prophets, David M. CarrCase StudiesThe Envisioning of the Land in the Priestly Material: Fulfilled Promise or Future Hope?, Suzanne BoorerOn the Cohesion and Separation of Books within the Enneateuch, Christoph LevinPentateuch, Hexateuch or Entateuch?From Eden to Babylon: Reading Genesis 2:4 as a Paradigmatic Narrative, Cynthia EdenburgExodus 32:34 and the Quest for an Enneateuch, Michael KonkelThe Book of Joshua as an Intertext in the MT and the LXX Canons, Thomas DozemanThe Egyptian Bondage and Solomon's Forced Labor: Literary Connections between Exodus 1:15 and 1 Kings 1"12? Christoph Berner"He Did What was Right": Criteria of Judgment and Deuteronomism in the Books of Kings, Felipe Blanco WiamannBibliography Contributors List Index of Modern Authors Index of Ancient Sources
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