Chronicles and the Priestly Literature of the Hebrew Bible / ed. by Jaeyoung Jeon, Louis C. Jonker.Material type: TextSeries: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift fï¿½r die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft ; 528.Publication details: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, Description: 1 online resource (X, 424 p.)ISBN:
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The study of the Books of Chronicles has focused in the past mainly on its literary relationship to Historical Books such as Samuel and Kings. Less attention was payed to its possible relationships to the priestly literature. Against this backdrop, this volume aims to examine the literary and socio-historical relationship between the Books of Chronicles and the priestly literature (in the Pentateuch and in Ezekiel). Since Chronicles and Pentateuch (and also Ezekiel) studies have been regarded as separate fields of study, we invited experts from both fields in order to open a space for fruitful discussions with each other. The contributions deal with connections and interactions between specific texts, ideas, and socio-historical contexts of the literary works, as well as with broad observations of the relationship between them.