Joshua and the Conquest of the Promised Land 9-26

Joshua and the Conquest of the Promised Land 9-26 - Joshua...

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Joshua and the Conquest of the Promised Land I. Introduction to the Deuteronomistic History a. Term used for the historical narratives found starting in Joshua going through 2 Kings i. ii. The Four Time Periods 1. Time of Moses 2. Conquest of the Land (promised land) 3. Various tribes of Israel were self-ruling (Judges) 4. Period of monarchy (kings in Israel) a. Period of united monarchy (all tribes under 1 king) b. Split of Kingdom (after Solomon) Northern and Southern Kingdom iii. The Overarching Perspective 1. View of Deuteronomy a. Blessings and Curses iv. Nature of the Underlying Traditions 1. D. History written ~ end of 7 th century BCE (620-600) a. The accounts it narrates evidently happened centuries earlier b. Conquest of Promised land in 12 th century (Exodus around 1250 BCE) c. Point: D. history written about 500 years after Moses 2. Joshua is not a disinterested account. Joshua told from particular perspective. v. Importance of Recognizing Ideological Bias in Historical Sources 1. **Ideological bias of storyteller affects the story**- reader must know reason of telling of story, otherwise can misconstrue meaning. II.
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