By Raymond F Person, Konrad Schmid
The sooner consensus in regards to the Pentateuch and the Deuteronomistic historical past has been considerably challenged in fresh scholarship. due to its canonical placement, the publication of Deuteronomy performs a big position in those discussions. the sooner consensus used to be that the D resource within the Pentateuch used to be essentially (if not just) present in Deuteronomy and that Deuteronomy used to be the founding resource for the Deuteronomistic heritage. lately, even if, a few students are once more speaking in regards to the D resource in books prior to and after Deuteronomy, whereas others are wondering the centrality of the D resource for the formation of the so-called Deuteronomistic historical past. This quantity brings jointly quite a few voices in those fresh debates about the function of Deuteronomy within the greater literary works incorporating fabric ahead of and after the booklet of Deuteronomy. members contain Reinhard Kratz, Jeffrey Stackert, Sandra Richter, Christophe Nihan, Cynthia Edenburg, Juha Pakkala, and Konrad Schmid.
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47 recapitulates the narration, which in v. 46b is only hinted at and which applies to both Sihon and Og, as can be seen from the wording (see 2:31; 3:12) and the supplement “the two Amorite kings” (see 3:8). Verses 48–49 presuppose the settlement in the region “to the east of the Jordan” in v. 47 and “the two Amorite kings” from 3:8, and add the relevant hypothesis (Ergänzungs- or Fortschreibungshypothese). For Deut 4, see D. KNAPP, Deuteronomium 4: Literarische Analyse und theologische Interpretation (GTA 35; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1987), 27–29 and passim.
79 See SCHMID, Erzväter und Exodus (see n. ). “Post-Priestly” here means temporally after the integration of “P” into its narrative context, pointing to a stage later than the origin of “P” itself. 76 Deuteronomy within the “Deuteronomistic Histories” in Genesis–2 Kings 29 Genesis–2 Kings. The (“mono-Yahwistic”80) “Ur”-Deuteronomy in Deut *6– 28 may already presuppose the oldest “Deuteronomistic History” in Samuel– Kings and summarize its implicit criterion in Deut 12,81 though still without a literary connection to Samuel–Kings.
On the discussion of the Josianic reform, see M. B. BARRICK, The Kings and the Cemeteries: Toward a New Understanding of Josiah’s Reform (VTSup 88; Leiden: Brill, 2002); O. : Eidenbrauns, 2005), 11–29; C. UEHLINGER, “Was There a Cult Reform under King Josiah? The Case for a WellGrounded Minimum,” in Good Kings and Bad Kings: The Kingdom of Judah in the Seventh Century BCE (ed. L. Grabbe; London: T&T Clark, 2007), 279–316; M. PIETSCH, “Steine – Bilder – Texte: Überlegungen zum Verhältnis von Archäologie und biblischer Exegese am Beispiel der josianischen Reform,” VF 53 (2008), 51–62.