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Bibil Identifier bibil:220951
Publication Type Journal article
Title (German, Long) Wie wurde Juda israelitisiert?
Author Schütte, Wolfgang
Journal Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (Volume: 124, Issue: 1)
Undefined link Saul, Benjamin and the Emergence of ›Biblical Israel‹ (Part 1)
Undefined link Saul, Benjamin and the Emergence of ›Biblical Israel‹ (continued, Part 2)
Undefined link Saul, Benjamin and the Emergence of »Biblical Israel«: An Alternative View
Year (Publication) 2012
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2012
Year (Copyright) 2012
Year (Reference) 2012
Language German
Pages 52-72 Pages
Genre Original
Abstract In prophetic literature we can see the development of the biblical concept of »Israel«. This process started around the end of the state of Israel in 720 BCE, when Israelite refugees came to Judah. Their cultural knowledge and their political and demographic importance had increasing influence on the society of 7th-century Judah. For a century »Israel« was a term for these compatriots who lived alongside the native Judaean residents. In the Babylonian exile of Judah any distinction was abandoned in the biblical literature. Now »Israel« became a religious term including Israelite and Judaean people (Isa. 40ff). The books of Hosea, Amos and Micah can be understood as the early prophetic form of an Israelite theology of exile, which was later adopted in Judah by Josiah’s cultic reforms.
DOI 10.1515/zaw-2012-0004
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : Old Testament (Introduction) : History of Canaan-Israel : Themes : Judaea
Thesaurus BiBIL : Old Testament (Introduction) : History of Canaan-Israel : Periods : Divided Monarchy (933-587) : 8th century : Judah
Pericopes Hosea 1,2-2,3
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