Deuteronomic History


Books:

Terrence E. Fretheim, Deuteronomic History (Interpreting Biblical Texts), Abingdon, 1983.
J. G. McConville and G. N. Knoppers (eds.), Reconsidering Israel and Judah: Recent Studies on the Deuteronomistic History
____ (Sources for Biblical & Theological Study, 8), Eisenbrauns, 2000.
J. Gordon McConville,
Grace in the End: A Study in Deuteronomic Theology (Studies in OT Biblical Theology), Zondervan, 1993.
Polzin, Robert. Moses and the Deuteronomist: A Literary Study of the Deuteronomic History, Part I, (Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature),
____ Indiana University Press, 1994.
________ Samuel and the Deuteronomist: A Literary Study of the Deuteronomic History, Part II, (Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature),
____ Indiana University Press, 1994.
________ David and the Deuteronomist: A Literary Study of the Deuteronomic History, Part III (Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature),
____ Indiana University Press, 1993.
John N. M. Wijngaards, The Dramatization of Salvific History in the Deuteronomic Schools (Oudtestamentische StudiŽn), E. J. Brill, 1969.

Articles and Essays:

Dennis J. McCarthy, "The Wrath of Yahweh and the Structural Unity of the Deuteronomistic History" in Essays in Old Testament Ethics
____ (ed. J. L. Crenshaw and J. T. Willis), KTAV, 1974: 97-110.
Hans Walter Wolff, "The Kerygma of the Deuteronomic Historical Work" in The Vitality of the Old Testament Traditions
____ (ed. W. Brueggemann and H. W. Wolff), John Knox Press, 1975: 83-100; 157-159.

Tryggve Mettinger, King and Messiah: The Civil and Sacred Legitimation of the Israelite Kings (Coniectanea Biblica: Old Testament Series, 8),
____ Liber Gleerup, 1976.

Fred E. Woods, Water and Storm Polemics against Baalism in the Deuteronomic History (American University Studies, Series 7:
____ Theology and Religion, 150), Peter Lang, 1994.