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Bible As Literature Bible As Literature Lecture 16 2/26/10
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Administrative Administrative Quiz and RA free week next week However, we are taking on much larger  sections of text.   Keep up with the reading  RA 1 update RA 2  Prompt posted next Friday (3/5) Due Monday, March 15
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Sinai and After Sinai and After Concluding the Pentateuch
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Recall Recall Theme: Israel’s emergence as a  nation is a response to its direct  encounter with the nation’s God.  It’s  origins, therefore, are sacred.  It’s  origins, conversely are the self- revelation of God. Decisive point: Song at the Sea is  Israel’s acclamation  of God as “my  God.”  Creation of Israel is a religious  event. Ensuing events deepen this moment.
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Covenantal Stipulations Covenantal Stipulations Law (Torah) required of Israel as a  stipulation of the covenant Condition for successful occupation of the land. Requirements for  Worship Agricultural practice Criminal procedure and accidental harm Commercial practice Social equity. Particularly concerned with status of the resident alien.
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The Episode of the Calf The Episode of the Calf Episode initiated Exod 24:9-18, resumed in 32:1 and  following. “Tablets” tradition as “doublet” Exod 24:3-8 presume a “book of the covenant” read by Moses to  the entirety of the people.
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