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W.H. SCHMIDT, Elementare Erwägungen zur Quellenscheidung im Pentateuch

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The views of the origin of the Pentateuch today go far apart. The crisis of the Pentateuch would be more cautious, certainly easier and perhaps more appropriate to design a single text, which represents intrusive exegetical problems. Old Testament exegesis in a story can build on more than two centuries scholars' diligence. Since a single researcher also can hardly see the entire Pentateuch with its various text areas and analyze the criticism of the research. The linguistic features and stylistic features of text are similar to an embossed theological expression of Priestly Code. The literary history of the final form of the Pentateuch is too complicated. Deuteronomic editors arrange before or after the Priestly Code, or can distinguish different stages, and hang out with the incorporation of Deuteronomy (or Deuteronomistic History) in the Pentateuch together. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Deuteronomy; Old Testament exegesis; Pentateuch



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