The Documentary Hypothesis

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Narrative Hypothesis. Until the late 1600s Moses was accepted to be the creator of the Torah or Pentateuch.To this day the Torah/Pentateuch can be alluded to as

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The Documentary Hypothesis The Beginnings of the Historical-Critical Method

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Documentary Hypothesis Until the late 1600s Moses was accepted to be the creator of the Torah or Pentateuch. Right up 'til today the Torah/Pentateuch can be alluded to as "The Books of Moses."

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From there Abraham ventured toward the district of the Negeb… While living in Gerar as an outsider, Abraham said of his better half Sarah, "She is my sister." (Gen. 20:1-2) So Isaac settled in Gerar. At the point when the men of the place got some information about his better half, he said "She is my sister." (Gen. 26:6-7) Richard Simon (1638-1712) saw that a few stories in Genesis were fundamentally the same as. He built up the hypothesis that the Pentateuch was an aggregation of various sources. Some of these sources could have been gotten from Moses. Narrative Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis Simon recommended that Ezra was in charge of the last type of the Pentateuch. Along these lines, the Torah was a result of the postexilic period; the fifth century B.C.

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Documentary Hypothesis Not an excessive amount of later Jean Astruc (1684-1766) saw something odd about a few lines in Genesis 2. One alluded to God as Elohim. See blue bolt: The other utilized Yhwh. See turquoise bolt:

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Documentary Hypothesis Astruc recommended that Moses accumulated the Pentateuch/Torah from two distinctive composed records and other minor writings. His approach offered ascend to the narrative theory. From this time forward Moses was no longer considered the immediate creator of the Pentateuch/Torah.

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Julius Wellhausen In 1878 Julius Wellhausen distributed Prolegomena to the History of Ancient Israel. In it he refined Astruc's Documentary Hypothesis much further.

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Documentary Hypothesis Wellhausen suggested that the Pentateuch was formed from four fundamental sources. J = Yahwist E = Elohist D = Deuteronomist P = Priestly essayist

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Documentary Hypothesis Wellhausen set up the criteria for the traditional hypothesis of the narrative speculation. From that point forward, advocates utilize five abstract identifiers to recognize the sources.

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Documentary Hypothesis duplication and redundancy of material; variety in the methods for alluding to God; differentiating creator points of view; variety in vocabulary and artistic style; confirmation of article movement.

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Documentary Hypothesis Yahwist Called " J " on the grounds that Yahweh is spelled with J in German This source calls God Yahweh Believed to date to the finish of David's rule or to the time of Solomon. Solomon David

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Documentary Hypothesis Yahwist It reflects Southern conventions. Along these lines, it stresses Judah. That is… Judah as the child of Jacob or Judah as the territory that the tribe of Judah possessed.

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Documentary Hypothesis Yahwist Style Prefers the account style and stories; Frequently utilizes plays on words; Uses the expression "Sinai" for God's mountain; Calls indigenous individuals "Canaanites"; God is anthropromorphic.

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Documentary Hypothesis Elohist Called " E " in light of the fact that this source calls God Elohim. Accepted to date to the rule of Omri and Ahab. Another well known Ahab

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Documentary Hypothesis Elohist It reflects Northern customs. In this way, it accentuates Israel. That is… Israel as another name for Jacob or Israel as the zone that turned into the Northern kingdom after the split with Judah.

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Documentary Hypothesis Elohist Style Prefers story style and stories of caution; God talks in dreams. God is far off; Uses the expression "Horeb" for God's mountain; Calls indigenous individuals "Amorites"; Stresses the prophetic.

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Documentary Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis Deuteronomist Called " D " on the grounds that this source is portrayed by the dialect and style of the Book of Deuteronomy . Accepted to date to the reign of Josiah and later The parchment found in the sanctuary is perused

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Documentary Hypothesis Deuteronomist God is Yahweh. Accentuation all in all place where there is Israel however… Stresses devotion to Jerusalem and… The centrality of the Jerusalem sanctuary .

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Documentary Hypothesis Deuteronomist Style Prefers long admonitory addresses; Stresses Moses and Mosaic acquiescence; Emphasizes the moral; Has many settled expressions; Uses military symbolism.

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Source Hypothesis

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Source Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis It is trusted that JE and D materials were consolidated at some point after 587 B.C. This would have happened amid the early time of the Babylonian outcast. A reproduced perspective of Babylon

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Source Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis Priestly Writer Called " P " in light of the fact that this source is affected by consecrated concerns. Accepted to date to 550 B.C., amid the center of the Babylonian outcast. Judahite Priest with parchment

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Documentary Hypothesis Priestly Writer God is Elohim. Accentuation is on the faction, cultic methods and… conciliatory laws. Concentrates on Judah and the pledge.

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Documentary Hypothesis Priestly Writer's Style is by and large records and schemata These rundowns are for the most part parentages… and laws; Main concentration is on elements of the faction and arrangements of sorts of penances; Majestic discourse about God.

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Source Hypothesis

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Documentary Hypothesis Points about the Priestly source It is never flowed as an autonomous record. It to a great extent reflects materials altered into the JED content. Today quite a bit of this altering action is accepted to have happened amid the late Exilic or even the Post-exilic period c. 400 B.C.

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Documentary Hypothesis: Summary

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Documentary Hypothesis: Summary

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Documentary Hypothesis: Summary

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Documentary Hypothesis Finis A Felini Molini creation