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In: The Deuteronomist's History
In: The Deuteronomist's History
In: The Deuteronomist's History
In: The Deuteronomist's History
In: The Deuteronomist's History
In: The Deuteronomist's History
The Role of the Deuteronomist in Historical-Critical Research into Genesis-Numbers
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In The Deuteronomist’s History, Hans Ausloos provides for the first time a detailed status quaestionis concerning the relationship between the books Genesis–Numbers and the so-called Deuteronom(ist)ic literature. After a presentation of the origins of the 18th and 19th century hypothesis of a Deuteronom(ist)ic redaction, specific attention is paid to the argumentation used during the last century. Particular interest also is paid to the concept of the proto-Deuteronomist and the mostly tentative approaches of the Deuteronom(ist)ic ‘redaction’ of the Pentateuch during the last decades. The book concludes with a critical review and preview of the Deuteronom(ist)ic problem. Each phase in the Deuteronomist’s history is illustrated on the basis of the epilogue of the Book of the Covenant (Exod. 23:20-33).
In: Congress Volume Stellenbosch 2016
In: Congress Volume Stellenbosch 2016
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Within current research into the composition of the Pentateuch, the role of the takes an increasing role. As such, passages in which the occurs, are considered to be indicative of a (post-)Deuteronomistic redaction or edition. In this respect, Exod. xxiii 20-33 and Judg. ii 1-5 gain special attention. The present contribution firstly surveys the actual debate from the perspective of the relationship between both pericopes. Secondly, the function of the within the scope of Deuteronom(ist)ic literature will be dealt with. Finally, I will argue that the can be decisive with regard to the determination of the direction of dependency between both pericopes.

In: Vetus Testamentum