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In this much-anticipated textbook, 3 revered biblical students have written a historical past of historical Israel that takes the biblical textual content heavily as an old rfile. whereas additionally contemplating nonbiblical resources and taking note of what disciplines like archaeology, anthropology, and sociology recommend concerning the earlier, the authors achieve this in the context and paradigm of the outdated testomony canon, that is held because the basic rfile for reconstructing Israel's historical past. partly One, the authors set the amount in context and evaluate prior and present scholarly debate approximately studying Israel's historical past, negating arguments opposed to utilizing the Bible because the vital resource. partly , they search to retell the background itself with a watch to the entire components explored partly One.
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Nor do they demonstrate in any case how Judges provides a believable and understandable background for the rise of the Israelite monarchy in ways that Genesis-Joshua does not for the period of the emergence of Israel in Palestine. If Miller and Hayes truly believe, then, that the nature of the literature in Genesis-Joshua forbids the "reasonably cautious historian" from saying anything about Israel before its emergence in Palestine, seeing why they believe they can say anything about the later premonarchic period either is difficult.
53 The same can be said of the traditions concerning everything else that happened before the appearance of Israel as a tribal confederation in Palestine. The problem for the historian is that, although there can be no doubt that the Pentateuch sets out to relate events that have happened-and contains a good deal of material relating to historical traditionsthe Pentateuch certainly did not (in Noth's view) originate and was not planned from the outset as a historical work. It was not designed and drafted as a coherent historical narrative.
39 W. F. Albright's solution to the problem that tradition thus understood presents to the historian was to appeal to archaeological evidence for verification. For Albright, archaeological remains, both literary and artifactual, provided a 26 History, Historiography, and the Bible source of material external to the Bible that could be used as a scientific control in relation to the tradition, since archaeology gives us concrete facts rather than interpretation or theory. 40 This kind of argumentation has, however, proved particularly vulnerable to critique.