The Chronicler 11-5

The Chronicler 11-5 - The Chronicler I. Overview a....

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The Chronicler I. Overview a. Originally one book i. Continuous narrative b. Place in Canon i. English bible- Shows up after 2 Kings ii. In Hebrew Bible—last book iii. iv. Written after return from exile ~400 BCE c. Outline i. The Genealogy of Israel (1 Chron. 1-9) ii. The Rule of David (1 Chron. 10-29) iii. The Rule of Solomon (2 Chron. 1-9) iv. The Rule of the Judean Kings (2 Chron. 10-36) II. Redaction Criticism of Chronicles a. Definition i. “Edited” ii. Redactor- editor b. Logic of the Method i. By seeing how the editor changed his sources you can see what his primary interest was. ii. Way of studying a document by assuming a source c. Approach i. Look at a source and how an author has changed it 1. What he’s added, omitted, changed. d. e. Key Examples i. Things Omitted (things author didn’t like- everything that might cast David in a negative light) 1. David’s Civil War with Saul
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