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Essentially exegetical, the FOTL volumes learn the constitution, style, atmosphere, and purpose of the biblical literature in query. additionally they learn the historical past at the back of the form-critical dialogue of the cloth, try to deliver consistency to the terminology for the genres and formulation of the biblical literature, and divulge the exegetical process.

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Whereas form criticism tends to focus on the oral or preliterary fonns and settings of a text, redaction criticism focuses on its literary fonns and settings. Because prophetic books are literary in nature, form criticism requires redaction criticism to identify the prophetic forms that constitute the object of its research. But redaction criticism also requires fonn criticism to identify earlier material, and thereby to provide the basis for understanding the later literary formulation. Together, fonn criticism and redaction criticism address the overall fonnation of prophetic books.

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E. von Waldow, Der traditionsgeschichtliche Hintergrund der prophetischen Gerichtsreden (BZAW 85; Berlin: Töpelmann, 1963); S. D. Walters, "Prophecy in Mari and Israel," JBL 89 (1970) 78-81; G. Wanke, "'ôy und hôy," ZAW 78 (1966) 215-18; idem, Untersuchungen zur sogenannten Baruchschrift (BZAW 122; Berlin: de Gruyter, 1971); G. Warmuth. Das Mahnwort: Seine Bedeutung für die Verkündigung der vorexilischen Propheten Arnos, Hosea, Micha, Jesaja und Jeremia (BBET 1; Frankfurt: Lang, 1976); R. D. , Claremont Graduate School.

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