Moses and the law in a century of criticism since Graf / by R.J. Thompson.

Author
Thompson, R. J. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Leiden, Netherlands : E.J. Brill, 1970.
Description
xii, 206 pages ; 25 cm.

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Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p. [174]-199.
Contents
  • I. Prologue
  • The tradition
  • The challenge
  • The defence
  • Part One: The law by Moses
  • the pre-Grafians, 1805-1865
  • II. Before 1805
  • Four preparatory steps
  • The isolation of the P document
  • The dating of the D document
  • The dating of the Levitical laws
  • The attack on the cultic history
  • III. The years 1805-1865
  • Grafians before Graf
  • The answer of de Wette
  • The conservative school
  • The supplementary hypothesis
  • The return to source analysis
  • The first Grafians
  • IV. Motives for Grafianism
  • Evolutionism
  • Hegelianism
  • Rationalism
  • Romanticism
  • Summary: Descriptions of P
  • Part Two: The law came after
  • The Grafians 1865-1925
  • V. The first decade
  • The early antagonists
  • The early advocates
  • VI. The victory of Grafianism
  • Wellhausen
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • France
  • Britain
  • America
  • 1890-1900
  • VII. Opposition to Grafianism
  • Conservative opposition
  • Jewish opposition
  • Catholic opposition
  • Archaeological opposition
  • Critical opposition
  • VIII. The position in 1925
  • The negative forecast
  • The positive forecast
  • Summary: Difficulties of P
  • Part Three: The law came between
  • The post-Grafians 1905-1965
  • IX. New beginnings in 1905
  • The form-critical method
  • The tradition-historical method
  • X. The old methods continued
  • Critical contributions
  • Conservative contributions
  • Jewish contributions
  • Catholic contributions
  • Archaeological contributions
  • XI. The new methods applied
  • The form historical school
  • The oral tradition school
  • The sanctuary tradition representatives
  • XII. The new methods appraised
  • XIII. The position in 1965
  • Vies of the religious development
  • Views of the literary development
  • Summary
  • The date of P
  • XIV. Epilogue
  • A look back
  • A look forward.
LCCN
72506957
OCLC
100368
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