The double redaction of the Deuteronomistic history /

Martin Noth argued that in the books of Joshua-Kings could be seen the work of a single, purposeful author or historian-a hypothesis which, although close to becoming one of those rare 'assured results of critical scholarship', has recently encountered criticism. Nelson observes that Noth&...

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Author / Creator:Nelson, Richard D. (Richard Donald), 1945-
Imprint:Sheffield : JSOT Press, Dept. of Biblical Studies, University of Sheffield, 1981.
Description:1 online resource (185 pages).
Language:English
Series:Journal for the study of the Old Testament. Supplement series, 0309-0787 ; 18
Journal for the study of the Old Testament. Supplement series ; 18.
Subject:Bible. -- Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. -- Former Prophets -- Criticism, Textual.
Bible. -- A.T. -- Critique, interprétation, etc.
Bible. -- A.T. -- Livres historiques -- Critique, interprétation, etc.
Bible. -- Former Prophets.
Bible. -- Old Testament.
Bible. -- A.T. -- Deutéronome -- Histoire.
D document (Biblical criticism)
Document D (Critique biblique)
RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Old Testament.
Deuteronomistisch geschiedwerk.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11183297
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ISBN:9780567270191
056727019X
9780905774336
0905774337
0905774343
Notes:Originally presented as the author's thesis (Th. D.--Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Va., 1973).
Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-166) and indexes.
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Summary:Martin Noth argued that in the books of Joshua-Kings could be seen the work of a single, purposeful author or historian-a hypothesis which, although close to becoming one of those rare 'assured results of critical scholarship', has recently encountered criticism. Nelson observes that Noth's historian has a 'disturbing tendency to fall apart in the hands of those who work with him'. In this comprehensive study of the question, he attempts to put on a solid critical foundation the increasingly popular theory that the Deutoronomistic History is a product of a two-stage literary process.
Other form:Print version: Nelson, Richard D. (Richard Donald), 1945- Double redaction of the Deuteronomistic history. Sheffield : JSOT Press, Dept. of Biblical Studies, University of Sheffield, 1981 0905774337 9780905774336