By Iain Provan, Visit Amazon's V. Philips Long Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, V. Philips Long, , Tremper Longman III
In this much-anticipated textbook, 3 revered biblical students have written a heritage of historic Israel that takes the biblical textual content heavily as an ancient record. whereas additionally contemplating nonbiblical resources and taking note of what disciplines like archaeology, anthropology, and sociology recommend in regards to the earlier, the authors achieve this in the context and paradigm of the outdated testomony canon, that is held because the fundamental record for reconstructing Israel's heritage. partially One, the authors set the amount in context and assessment prior and present scholarly debate approximately studying Israel's heritage, negating arguments opposed to utilizing the Bible because the primary resource. partly , they search to retell the background itself with an eye fixed to the entire elements explored partly One.
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On this view only sensory experience counts, so the whole structure of idealist philosophy collapses (because gods, ideas, and the like cannot be "known'' in this positivistic manner); the structure of idealist historiography, with its emphasis upon the unique individual or nation in their idiosyncratic context The Death of Biblical History 23 falls also. Positivist historiography is, by contrast, resolutely deterministic, focusing on general (and hence predictable) phenomena or forces in history rather than on the unique and idiosyncratic.
Nor is it clear how we know that the Pentateuch was not designed and drafted as a coherent historical narrative, nor (if it was not) how we know that the coalescing process during oral transmission necessarily distorted the traditions in bringing them together. Much depends here on Noth's contention that the biblical tradition itself reveals, in various statements, that the tribes of Israel did not all settle in the land at the same time and thus that "all Israel" is a misleading construct imposed on earlier traditions by a later generation.
In reality, however, the parallel is less than perfect in any case. The extrabiblical confederations that Noth mentions did in fact belong to the Indo-European rather than to the Semitic world (a point that he himself recognized as a weakness). 61 Moreover, they date from a much later time than their hypothetical Israelite counterparta fact devastating to Noth's claim that, because the Israelite tribal system is not an isolated phenomenon in the ancient world, it cannot be an aspect of a secondarily constructed picture oflsrael; too, these confederations largely form part of an urban rather than a rural culture.
A Biblical History of Israel by Iain Provan, Visit Amazon's V. Philips Long Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, V. Philips Long, , Tremper Longman III