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Doch ein Text hinter den Texten? Vorläufige textkritische Einsichten eines Samuel-Kommentators

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The interpretations in "Biblical comment Old Testament", are each divided into five sections: text, form, place, word and target. The great formative stages of the text origin lay in the middle to later king time and in the early post-exilic period. Towards the end of the 5th century the text matter was likely to have been presented in a finished manner. This chapter presents the adopted course of action and the recent insights in terms of textual criticism. For this, a number of discussions in the text differences has been selected, sorted, bundled and placed in a hopefully comprehensible reasoning context. Textual criticism, especially in the books of Samuel, is not only dry business. Very soon overarching hypotheses come into play. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Old Testament; post-exilic period; textual criticism; books of Samuel

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