[b-hebrew] D Material in Exodus
sh at teol.ku.dk
Wed Aug 10 03:44:45 EDT 2005
A certain amount of non-D material in Deuteronomy is uncontroversial, I think, but how about the other way around? As far as I can see, Friedman does not have any D material e.g. in Exodus.
Since posting the question on monday I've realized that already Noth ascribed a certain amount of deuteronomistic redaction to the finished Tetrateuch ("Überlieferungsgeschichte der Pentateuch"), and B Peckham in "The Composition of the Deuteronomistic History" goes further, but I can't for the life of me see what W. Johnstone's reasons are (in his "Old Testament Guides" volume on Exodus) for assuming that the revelation of the divine name in Ex 3 should be considered D.
Anyway, thanks for the input, this at least leaves me confused on a much higher level than before :-)
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> Emne: Re: [b-hebrew] D Material in Exodus
> R.E.Friedman's "Who wrote the Bible?" identifies both E and P in
> P: Deut 34:7-9
> E: Deut 31:14-15, 31:23, 33:1, 34:1-6
> Friedman's "Deuteronomic law code", Dtn, Deut 12:1-26:15, is attributed
> to "someone connected to the priests of Shiloh" (p. 122), suggesting a
> connection to E. Dtn may be earlier than the D.
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