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Deuteronomy in the Pentateuch, FAT II 56

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Title: Deuteronomy in the Pentateuch, FAT II 56

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

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The earlier consensus concerning the Pentateuch and the Deuteronomistic History has been significantly challenged in recent scholarship. Because of its canonical placement, the book of Deuteronomy plays an important role in these discussions. The earlier consensus was that the D source in the Pentateuch was primarily (if not only) found in Deuteronomy and that Deuteronomy was the founding source for the Deuteronomistic History. Recently, however, some scholars are once again talking about the D source in books before and after Deuteronomy, while others are questioning the centrality of the D source for the formation of the so-called Deuteronomistic History. This volume brings together various voices in these recent debates concerning the role of Deuteronomy in the larger literary works incorporating material before and after the book of Deuteronomy. Contributors include Reinhard Kratz, Jeffrey Stackert, Sandra Richter, Christophe Nihan, Cynthia Edenburg, Juha Pakkala, and Konrad Schmid.Survey of contents: Konrad Schmid and Raymond F. Person, Jr.: Introductionâ"Reinhard G. Kratz: The Headings of the Book of Deuteronomyâ"Jeffrey Stackert: Mosaic Prophecy and the Deuteronomic Source of the Torahâ"Sandra L. Richter: Placing the Name, Pushing the Paradigm: A Decade with the Deuteronomistic Name Formulaâ"Christophe Nihan: The Literary Relationship between Deuteronomy and Joshua: A Reassessmentâ"Cynthia Edenburg: Joshua 9 and Deuteronomy; an Intertextual Conundrum: the Chicken or the Egg?â"Juha Pakkala: Deuteronomy and 1â"2 Kings in the Redaction of the Pentateuch and Former Prophetsâ"Konrad Schmid: Deuteronomy within the ?Deuteronomistic Histories' in Genesis-2 Kings. Bookseller Inventory # SCHDEUTER

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Synopsis: The earlier consensus concerning the Pentateuch and the Deuteronomistic History has been significantly challenged in recent scholarship. Because of its canonical placement, the book of Deuteronomy plays an important role in these discussions. The earlier consensus was that the D source in the Pentateuch was primarily (if not only) found in Deuteronomy and that Deuteronomy was the founding source for the Deuteronomistic History. Recently, however, some scholars are once again talking about the D source in books before and after Deuteronomy, while others are questioning the centrality of the D source for the formation of the so-called Deuteronomistic History. This volume brings together various voices in these recent debates concerning the role of Deuteronomy in the larger literary works incorporating material before and after the book of Deuteronomy. Contributors include Reinhard Kratz, Jeffrey Stackert, Sandra Richter, Christophe Nihan, Cynthia Edenburg, Juha Pakkala, and Konrad Schmid.

About the Author: Konrad Schmid, ist Professor fur Altes Testament und fruhes Judentum an der theologischen Fakultat der Universitat Zurich, Schweiz.

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