The Making of the Pentateuch: A Methodological Study

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A&C Black, Mar 1, 1987 - Religion - 263 pages
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'Whybray's recent book is a masterful review of all the options set out by critical scholarship since Wellhausen, i.e., over the last century. It is an exhaustive and up to date treatment, concise and highly readable.' E. Dyck, Crux 'Sensitive to standards of ancient historiography and parallels from the Greek sphere, Whybray proposes that the Pentateuch is the work of an ancient historian, possibly designed as a supplement or prologue to the deuteronomistic history. The analysis of the work of others and of the state of [CHECK REVIEW!] extremely valuable; the final suggestion makes it all the more engaging. Essential for all concerned with fundamentals of critical biblical studies.' W. Lee Humphreys, Religious Studies Review>
 

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Contents

Preface
9
Abbreviations
11
Introduction
13
LITERARY HYPOTHESES
17
FORMCRITICAL AND TRADITIOCRITICAL HYPOTHESES
133

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The late was Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Studies at the Univeristy of Hull.

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