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Author: Julius Wellhausen. Contributor: Douglas A. Subjects Religious Studies. In it Wellhausen seeks to determine how one can draw historical conclusions from the documentary sources identified in the biblical text. Focusing on religious practices and on the distinctive viewpoints of the authors and editors, he develops contrasting pictures of preexilic and postexilic Israel.

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In the following pages it is proposed to discuss the place in history of the "law of Moses; more precisely, the question to be considered is whether that law is the starting-point for the history of ancient Israel, or not rather for that of Judaism, i. It is an opinion very extensively held that the great mass of the books of the Old Testament not only relate to the pre-exilic period, but date from it. According to this view, they are remnants of the literature of ancient Israel which the Jews rescued as a heritage from the past, and on which they continued to subsist in the decay of independent intellectual life.

In dogmatic theology Judaism is a mere empty chasm over which one springs from the Old Testament to the New; and even where this estimate is modified, the belief still prevails in a general way that the Judaism which received the books of Scripture into the canon had, as a rule, nothing to do with their production. But the exceptions to this principle which are conceded as regards the second and third divisions of the Hebrew canon cannot be called so very slight. Of the Hagiographa, by far the larger portion is demonstrably post-exilic, and no part demonstrably older than the exile.

Of the prophetical literature a very appreciable fraction is later than the fall of the Hebrew kingdom; and the associated historical books the "earlier prophets" of the Hebrew canon date, in the form in which we now possess them, from a period subsequent to the death of Jeconiah, who must have survived the year B. Making all allowance for the older sources utilised, and to a large extent transcribed word for word, in Judges.

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Influential and long debated, the volume is often [ quantify ] compared for its impact in its field with Charles Darwin 's work, On the Origin of Species. First published as Geschichte Israels "History of Israel" in , the work had a second edition in under the title Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels. Sutherland Black and Allan Menzies, with a preface by Wellhausen's friend and colleague the no less prominent British biblical scholar and orientalist William Robertson Smith , then came in All references are to the Project Gutenberg e-text of Wellhausen's "Prolegomena".

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Prolegomena to the History of Ancient Israel

In the following pages it is proposed to discuss the place in history of the "law of Moses; more precisely, the question to be considered is whether that law is the starting-point for the history of ancient Israel, or not rather for that of Judaism, i. It is an opinion very extensively held that the great mass of the books of the Old Testament not only relate to the pre-exilic period, but date from it. According to this view, they are remnants of the literature of ancient Israel which the Jews rescued as a heritage from the past, and on which they continued to subsist in the decay of independent intellectual life. In dogmatic theology Judaism is a mere empty chasm over which one springs from the Old Testament to the New; and even where this estimate is modified, the belief still prevails in a general way that the Judaism which received the books of Scripture into the canon had, as a rule, nothing to do with their production.

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Prolegomena to the History of Israel

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