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1 INTRODUCTION TO THE DEUTERONOMISTIC HISTORY Pentateuch Former Prophets Gen Deut Josh 2 Kgs A. The “open” ending of the Pentateuch (invites us to wonder how the story would continue if it did continue) 1. Content: the history of Israel in Palestine from-they narrate the history of the land in Israel Conquest (1200s?)---------------------------------------------------- Exile (586) 2. Organization: Sequence of eras Joshua and the Conquest (Josh 1-24) The Judges (Judg 1 - 1 Sam 12)-it was before the rise of Kings. The last of the judges:Samuel The United Monarchy (1 Sam 12 - 1 Kgs 11)-were united by a king. Saul, David, and David’s son Solomon. Solomon dies. The Divided Monarchies (1 Kgs 12 - 2 Kgs 25)-the kingdoms go their separate ways The Beginning of the Exile ( 2 Kgs 25) JOSHUA-KINGS observations GO HERE C. The theory of the Deuteronomistic History (DtrH) 1. The DtrH was once a separate work: began in Deut – ended in 2 Kgs.
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course REL 1004 taught by Professor Isbell during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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