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The History of Israel

by Martin Noth

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Series: biblioteca di cultura religiosa n 25

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L'opera di North segna una profonda svolta nei fondamenti sia nell'esposizione della storia d'Israele. L'Antico Testamento è visto fin dall'inizio nel suo illimitato condizionamento umano e storico. Il coraggio di una tale considerazione dell'Antico Testamento, che si accosti al testo senza riserve, è un evento liberatore, perché non presuppone né una programmatica distruzione della storia della salvezza,né una costruzione guidata da una filosofia della storia o da una storia delle religioni. Il Noth pone la storia d'Israele in rapporto con l'ambiente mediorientale, anche mediante ricerche linguistiche e storico-tipografiche attribuendo importanza capitale alla critica letteraria e alla critica delle tradizioni. Sebbene la vita religiosa occupi un posto preminente per gli Ebrei, l'autore non cade nell'errore di scrivere una storia della religione. In primo piano sta la sorte del popolo ebraico, e viene chiaramente mostrato come essa abbia assunto importanza centrale per la nascita e lo sviluppo di correnti religiose. ( )
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Introduction * I. 'Israel' -- The question what 'Israel', the subject of a 'History of Israel', actually was, is not so simple and obvious as not to require a few words of explanation at the very outset: and although the evidence on which the answer to the question is based will emerge only in the course of our presentation of the 'History of Israel', the very fact that the problem exists at all must be made clear and a provisional answer given that will enable us to define the objective of our enquiry and the magnitude of the task.
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