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11.05 religion - 11.05.2007 The Chronicler I. Overview A....

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11.05.2007 The Chronicler I. Overview A. Originally one book: continuous narrative B. Place in Canon: Old Testament: after Deuteronomistic History; last book in Hebrew Bible Canon (not last book written – Daniel) C. Outline 1. The genealogy of Israel (1 Chron. 1-9) 2. The Rule of David (1 Chron. 10-29) 3. The Rule of Solomon (2. Chron. 1-9) 4. The Rule of the Judean Kings (2 Chron. 10-36) II. Redaction Criticism of Chronicles A. Definition: “editing;” redactor=editor B. Logic of the Method: you can see how an author changed his sources and therefore see what he’s really interested in/what’s important to him C. Approach: look at source and look to see what he’s omitted (doesn’t like), added (does like), and changed (wants to be different) D. Key Examples: sources were most likely 1&2 Samuel, Kings, entire Deuteronomistic History 1. Things Omitted a. David’s Civil War with Saul b. Adultery with Bathsheba c. Murder of Uriah d. Rape of Tamar by Amnon
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e. Rebellion of Absolom
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course RELI 103 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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