The State of the Pentateuch: A Comparison of the Approaches of M. Noth and E. Blum
The series Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (BZAW) covers all areas of research into the Old Testament, focusing on the Hebrew Bible, its early and later forms in Ancient Judaism, as well as its branching into many neighboring cultures of the Ancient Near East and the Greco-Roman world.
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Rendtorffs challenge to the Documentary Hypothesis
The Early Jacob Story
1119 as an independent unit
The expanded JacobEsau Story
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Abraham According to Blum account of Jacob's Aramean belong Bethel pericope biblical Bilhah births blessing Blum ascribes Blum considers Blum maintains Blum regards Blum's analysis brother chapter coherent Composition Layer context daughters deuteronomistic Deuteronomistic History distinct distinguish divine Documentary Hypothesis Early Jacob Story Edom elements Elohim Esau Esau’s father flocks form criticism gaps Genesis God’s Gunkel Haran ibid implies independent units indication insertion interpretation Isaac Israel Jacob-Esau story Jacob's flight Laban land later Leah Leah’s literary strata literary unit literary-critical LORD Mahanaim maid material McEvenue mention motif Noth and Blum Noth ascribes Noth's Old Testament older narrative oral transmission originally independent Paddan-aram Patriarchal Story Pentateuchal traditions Penuel pillar preliterary present text Process of transmission promise Rachel Rebekah redaction redactor reference Rendtorff reworking sanctuary secondary source hypothesis source-critical stratum theophany tion variants verses Watergeschichte Westermann Yahwist YHWH Zilpah