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"The Pentateuch that the Samaritans Chose”. Moderne fejlslutninger vedrørende den samaritanske Pentateuks oprindelse og karakteristika

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”The Pentateuch that the Samaritans Chose”, is the heading of Chapter Seven in Magnar Kartveit’s The Origin of the Samaritans (2009). The heading is highly problematic in regard to both the origin of the Samaritans and the production of biblical texts and books in ancient Palestine. Kartveit’s assumption that the Samaritans ”chose one text-type in particular among the different texts available” rests on several old paradigms about Samaritan origins and religion, which badly fit recent evidence from archeology and epigraphy. A continuous and independent Yahvistic cult in Israel, from at least the Iron Age, a temple on Mt Gerizim from early in the Persian period, and a highly developed temple city on Mt Gerizim in the Hellenistic period, do not sustain paradigms about Samaritans as an ”aberrant” branch of Judaism or the Samaritan Pentateuch as an off-shoot of a Jewish pre-Samaritan or proto-Masoretic Pentateuch.
OriginalsprogDansk
TidsskriftDansk Teologisk Tidsskrift
Vol/bind78
Udgave nummer3
Sider (fra-til)225-242
Antal sider18
ISSN0105-3191
StatusUdgivet - 2015

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