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Chr. BREKELMANS, Die sogenannten deuteronomistischen Elemente in Genesis bis Numeri. Ein Beitrag zur Vorgeschichte des Deuteronomiums

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Deuteronomy has always played a very important role in the Pentateuch. It is however always been recognized that there a peculiar position among the sources or traditions of the Pentateuch, because it is by style and theology so extraordinarily strongly stands out from the rest Pentateuch tradition. Most so-called Deuteronomic elements of Gen. Num. are the main characteristics of the Deuteronomic theology. If one wants to prove that the so-called Deuteronomic elements in gene-Num. protodeuteronomisch are mixed, then one have to expect this to the following criteria: the Deuteronomic theology in its trained shape is missing, the matches occur in style and form to the Deuteronomy, but without always being the strength of the formulation of Deuteronomy available, and other elements have no connection with the Deuteronomy. The author finally remarks the theory of proto Brekelman's Deuteronomic elements.

Keywords: Deuteronomic theology; Pentateuch tradition; Gen. Num; Deuteronomy



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