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33 And they must not dwell in the land, lest they cause you to sin against me, for you will serve their gods and it will be to you a snare. In the following period, when texts from the Priestly tradition were added successively to the Pentateuch, the accounts about divine war were spiritualized and idealized. 54 The Priestly world view holds that creation underlies a universal divine Covenant of peace (Gen 9), and Israel’s inheriting the land rests only on the promise to Abraham (Gen 17). The Priestly layer in the narrative in Ex 14 about Israel’s crossing the Sea of Reeds55 mainly stresses that the event was a divine miracle to furnish evidence of YHWH’s glory (kbd) and power (Ex 14:17–18).
Grand Rapids, 2003). 43 Weippert (op. cit. [note 1], p. 486) already pointed out that a reliable picture of the original application of the ban ritual in Israel cannot be given, because all texts that scholars refer to belong to the Deuteronomic or Deuteronomistic literature. For further treatment of the issue cf. C. H. W. Brekelmans, De Ḥerem in het Oude Testament, (Theology dissertation; Nijmegen, 1959); F. Crüsemann, “Gewaltimagination als Teil der Ursprungsgeschichte. Banngebot und Rechtsordnung im Deuteronomium”, in F.
Moreover I will appoint a place for my people Israel, and will plant them, that they may dwell in a place of their own, and move no more. Neither shall the children of wickedness afflict them any more, as beforetime. And as since the time that I commanded judges to be over my people Israel, and have caused thee to rest from all thine enemies”. III. YHWH, the Divine Warrior The accounts of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah33 after the division of the DavidicSolomonic kingdom in 1 Kgs 12 – 2 Kgs 25 are terse in their war reports, dealing instead with the kings’ failures and often referring to their unsettled relation with YHWH.