Chronicles and Exodus: An Analogy and Its Application (JSOT by William Johnstone

By William Johnstone

Johnstone''s selection of essays argues that the best way Chronicles accommodates and develops mater ial from Samuel and Kings deals an analogy for a way in w hich the ultimate variation of Exodus was once produced. '

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M. Magnusson, BC: The Archaeology of Bible Lands (London: Bodley Head; BBC, 1977), pp. 155-56. ] 2. Chronicles, Canons and Contexts 55 copious sources than any other in the entire Hebrew Bible. Yet any attempt to combine the biblical and the ancient Near Eastern data leads to anomalies. From the Assyrian annals, Sennarcherib's sole known campaign took place in the year 701 BCE. This date, however, conflicts with the biblical chronology, according to which the invasion took place in Hezekiah' s fourteenth year, which, given that he succeeded his father on the throne about 727 BCE, must have fallen in the year 713.

No doubt the fact that impressed most readers was the statistic that over the past 33 years the course had attracted only 16 undergraduates. It may be that some regard the Aberdeen Department of Hebrew and Semitic Languages, considering its exotic range of languages—Arabic, Aramaic, Phoenician, Syriac and Ugaritic besides Hebrew—and the half-dozen students in the Arts Faculty who annually take its courses, as the local equivalent. Let me quickly clear up any possible misunderstanding. On the matter of student numbers it must be stated that the Department's fundamental function is to teach the interpretation of the Hebrew Bible to students in Divinity, all of whom are required to study Hebrew Bible for at least one-and-a-half courses, most of whom in fact opt for two, and a few of whom aspire to Honours.

I am grateful to Dr Davies for reading a draft of this chapter and saving me from a number of misrepresentations of his views. 71. Davies, 'Composition', p. 74; 'K D> , p. 419 n. 43. 72. Blum, Studien,p. 218 n. 44. 36 Chronicles and Exodus recreation of such a layer, in preference to the D-canon, would involve the opening up by at least 200 years of a still longer gap in time between the two main editions of the Pentateuch. (2) Davies does not deny the presence of Deuteronomistic 'additions' in Exodus (he lists three:73 itinerary notes derived from Numbers 33; the Decalogue; and the cross-reference to the Decalogue in Exod.

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