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The Pentateuch Between Synchrony and Diachrony

Hardback|Jan 2008
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This volume examines the importance of both the synchronical and the traditional historical critical approaches to the Pentateuch.


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This volume examines the importance of both the synchronical and the traditional historical critical approaches to the Pentateuch.
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Since the middle of the previous century the emphasis on synchronical approaches increased and the traditional historical critical understanding of the Pentateuch was put under great pressure. At the beginning of the 21st century there is much more of an awareness that both approaches must come into play. This book explores the possibilities of these views for the study of the Pentateuch. It also illuminates the way in which South Africans have reflected on this problem in the past as well as in the present.



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Eckart Otto

Eckart Otto is at the University of Munich, Germany.

Roux Jurie Hendrik Le

Jurie Hendrik Le Roux teaches in the Theology Department at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.

  • Jurie Le Roux (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - Prologue; Eckart Otto (university Of Munich, Germany) - New Horizons For Pentateuch Scholarship In The Years To Come.; Gerda De Villiers (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - The Tools And What They Are Designed For.; Christo Lombaard (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - The Pentateuch Between Diachrony And Sinchrony: Two Reasons For Favouring The Former.; Louis Jonker (university Of Stellenbosch, Rsa) - Reading With One Eye Closed? Or: What You Miss When You Do Not Read Biblical Texts Multidimensionally.; Jaco Gericke (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - Synchrony, Diachrony And Reality - The Anti-realist Ontological Implications Of Theological Pluralism In The Pentateuch.; Emmanuel Usue (university Of Mkar-gboko, Nigeria) - Reservations About The Jedp Hypothesis: The Abrahamic Covenant (gn 15:1-21; 17:1-27) And The Name And Source Of Yahweh, A Reference Point.; Jurie Le Roux (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - To Be Touched By The Past (through The Text).; Sakkie Spangenberg (university Of South Africa, Rsa) - Will Pentateuch Research In The Rsa Keep The Scientific Study Of The Bible Alive?; Hans Van Deventer (university Of North West, Rsa) - The Pentateuch Between Synchrony And Diachrony: Bridging The Gap Between Africa And The West.; Hans Ulrich Steymans (university Of Fribourg, Switzerland) - The Blessings In Genesis 49 And Deuteronomy 33: Awareness Of Intertextuality.; Hendrik Bosman (university Of Stellenbosch, Rsa) - An Intertextual Approach To The Synchrony - Diachrony Dichotomy And The Decalogue In Exodus 20 And Deuteronomy 5.; Eben Scheffler (university Of South Africa, Rsa) - Criticism Of Government: Deuteronomy 17:14-20 Between Synchrony And Diachrony.; Frances Klopper (university Of South Africa, Rsa) - The Pentateuch In Pictures: Synchronically And Diachronically. Alphonso Groenewald (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - The Pentateuch Between Synchrony And Diachrony: What Can The Study Of The Psalms Contribute?; Piet Venter (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - Synchrony And Diachrony: A Contribution From Apocalyptic Studies; Willem Boshoff (university Of South Africa, Rsa) - What Archaeology Can Contribute To The Problem Of Syncrhony And Diachrony Jurie Le Roux (university Of Pretoria, Rsa) - Epilogue.

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