The Psalms of Asaph and the Pentateuch: Studies in the Psalter, III
A&C Black, 1996 M12 1 - 378 páginas
The Asaph psalms (50, 73-83) are a unity. They often call God 'Elohim' and 'El', and the people 'Joseph', as Amos does; they appeal to Israelite history, the exodus and the covenant; they are written in the face of military catastrophe. In this suggestive and brilliant work, Goulder argues that they were composed in Bethel in the 720s for use as the psalmody for the autumn festival. This gives us vital new evidence for the history of the Pentateuch: there was at Bethel a historical tradition from at least the time of the oppression in Egypt to the Solomonic Empire; the Asaphites took this tradition to Jerusalem and their descendants were the Deuteronomists.
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Aaron Abraham accepted anger Asaph psalms Asaphite beginning Bethel brought called century Chapter close collection comes commandments continuous covenant David Decalogue Deut Deuteronomy divine earlier early earth Egypt enemy evidence Exile Exod Exodus fact father festival ﬁrst further Genesis give given God’s gods Gunkel hand holy included Israel Israelite Jacob Jerusalem Joseph Judah judge king Korah Korahites lament land later Levites liturgy LORD means mentioned Meribah Moses mountain narrative northern Numbers offer opening original parallel Pentateuch perhaps plagues present priests promise prophet Psalm 78 psalmist recital reference sacriﬁce says seems seen Selah Shechem similar sons speaks story suggests taken Temple terebinths thee theme thou thought tradents tradition tribes unto verses waters whole worship Yahweh