By Paul S. Evans
The 13 essays during this quantity are principally revised papers which have been initially provided as a part of the traditional Historiography Seminar of the Canadian Society of religious study and so they examine specific texts of Chronicles, learn vital subject matters, and examine destiny customers for Chronicles learn.
The quantity comprises chapters by way of Shannon E. Baines, Ehud Ben Zvi, Mark J. Boda, Keith Bodner, Paul S. Evans, Louis Jonker, Gary N. Knoppers, Christine Mitchell, Peter J. Sabo, Steven J. Schweitzer, and John W. Wright.
The essays symbolize many alternative views, methodologies, and conclusions in regards to the Chronicler s paintings and this quantity can be of specific curiosity to students and scholars of Chronicles, old Israelite historiography and biblical literature in general.
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28. This paradoxical view of the Chronicler’s methodology in using his sources— he is simultaneously a pietistic copyist and a manipulator of the tradition for his own purposes—is reflected throughout scholarly writings; see the description of the Chronicler’s dual method in these same terms by W. Emery Barnes, “The David of the Book of Samuel and the David of the Book of Chronicles,” The Expositor 7th ser. 31 (1909) 49–59; here p. 55. 18 Steven Schweitzer These final two tribes—Judah and Levi—have expanded and assimilated many individuals and groups to their genealogical heritage.
However, the inclusion of Dan, son of Bilhah, between Zebulun and Joseph (between Leah and Rachel) is not consistent with the order presented in the apparent source text. This has, of course, led to the conclusion that Dan was originally missing (consistent with the Dan-polemic theory) and that a redactor has inserted Dan incorrectly at this point in the text for some now-unknown reason. 29 Rather than our resorting to this extremely popular means of explaining perceived textual difficulties, we may take another look at the text, which reveals an interesting idea: it may be significant that Dan stands just after Zebulun in the present text of 1 Chr 2:1–2.
Note also the not-dissimilar lines of inquiry in G. N. Knoppers, “Shem, Ham and Japheth: The Universal and the Particular in the Genealogy of Nations,” in The Chronicler as Theologian: Essays in Honor of Ralph W. Klein (ed. M. P. L. McKenzie, and G. N. & T. Clark, 2003) 13–31. Several Recent Studies of the Chronicler’s Genealogies 33 the chroniclers who devised it. ” 12 And on that mysterious note, Jarick proceeds to reveal this pattern, one that hinges (so he explains with considerable technical detail) on 1 Chr 3:21, a verse in the midst of the Davidic line.
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