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VI. Josua 3–4: Der Zug durch den Jordan

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This chapter presents an overview on the first version of the story of Israel's way through the Jordan marked in an impressive way Israel transition from the desert to the land, the completion of the Exodus from Egypt through the entrance into Canaan. The chapter outlines the canonical symmetry of the two passages in the Exodus and Eisodus. The starting point of analysis of canonical symmetry of the two passages in the Exodus and Eisodus provides two central results. First: In a post-processing of priestly Joshua 3-4 parallelization of the Jordan rim hole is introduced with the sea wonders. Secondly: The first version of the Deuteronomistic narrative brings the Jordan swipe with the sea miracle in conjunction. The Deuteronomistic conception of Jordan forms the border of the Promised Land. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Canaan; canonical symmetry; Jordan; promised land; sea miracle

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