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promises were made without demands, as a gift from the divine king to his favored "son." Even when the recipient demonstrates himself unworthy, the promise is not withdrawn. These and other indications have persuaded biblical scholars that there are four strands interwoven in the Pentateuch: the Yawhist, Elohist, Deuteronomist, and Priestly, hence J, E, D, and. There are other places in which the biblical narrative covers the same ground two or more times,.g., in Genesis there are three stories in which a patriarch fools a foreign king about the status of the patriarchs wife, claiming her instead to be his. The identification is also based upon the use of Yahweh in association with other indications. Ancestral Story, abraham: Ur to Canaan, genesis 12:1-13:18. Temporary encampment in Transjordan, the later sources added additional stories to these topics but did not essentially change this direction of development or the itinerary. Yahweh was working out his universal plan through Israel.
After it happens, he confronts the offenders and does not let a challenge to his authority go unpunished, as in the Garden of Eden and the Tower of Babel stories. Zion and Jerusalem, the metropolis of the federation. The Yahwists account, produced at the height of the glory of the Davidic monarchy, told the story of the federation of the tribes of Israel, now a single kingdom under Solomonwith a focus. Why was the gift of the empire granted to the Jews? Yahwist source, abbreviated survival of the Winter as, j, (labeled J after the German transliteration of yhwh an early source that provides a strand of the Pentateuchal narrative.
Story Complex, episode, reference, primeval Story, creation. For example, the creation-myth of Genesis 1:1 has God/Elohim create the world, then Genesis 2:525 has God/Yahweh make the world; these two creation myths differ from each other on both substantive and stylistic issues. The promise, however, was not intended to be a merit badge worn with self-satisfaction.