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Narrative history and ethnic boundaries : the deuteronomistic historian and the creation of Israelite national identity

Author: E Theodore Mullen
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Scholars Press, ©1993.
Series: Semeia studies.
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Genre/Form: History
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Mullen, E. Theodore.
Narrative history and ethnic boundaries.
Atlanta, Ga. : Scholars Press, ©1993
(OCoLC)623629700
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: E Theodore Mullen
ISBN: 155540846X 9781555408466 1555408478 9781555408473
OCLC Number: 27429707
Description: ix, 334 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: I. Introduction: The purpose and parameters of the approach --
II. Athaliah: History and its legitimation --
or recreating a past --
The reign of Athaliah --
a reconstruction --
The Deuteronomistic narrative --
its roles, purposes, and functions --
The Deuteronomistic writer --
position, place, and function --
What to do with Athaliah? --
Summary observations --
directions for further investigation --
III. Deuteronomy and the definition of Israel --
The formation of Israelite identity --
The creation of ethnic distinctiveness --
The ritual realization of the community --
IV. Joshua: The reinvention and reconfirmation of ethnic identity --
Background to the history --
Identity through covenantal ritual reenactment --
The conquest of the land through ritual realization --
V. Judges: From unification and identity to civil war and communal dissolution --
Modifying the perspective: The recreation of a context --
Reaction and redress: The establishment of a pattern (2:1-3:11) --
The initial conflicts and their results: Ehud to Abimelek --
The end of an era: Tola to Samson --
VI. The necessity of kingship: The failures of the past --
The necessity for a new order --
Priestly failures: An unknown Levite and the destruction of community --
From the priestly to the prophetic: Eli and Samuel --
The transition to a new order: Samuel and Saul --
VII. The golden age created: The ideal realized --
The symbol of kingship --
The rejection of Saul and the choice of David --
David and Saul: From rejected prototype to recreated model --
the symbolic integration of the ideal Israel --
David and Nathan: The unconditional promise of perpetuity --
VIII. The golden age lost: The paradox recreated --
David and Solomon: The unconditional conditionalized --
Solomon and Jeroboam: The power of the paradox --
history and ideology --
Rehoboam to Jehoiachin: Lessons provided and lessons ignored --
ideology and history --
IX. Postscript: The exile and the paradox of the future.
Series Title: Semeia studies.
Responsibility: by E. Theodore Mullen, Jr.

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