Into the Hands of the Living God by Eslinger

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M. Campbell 1972:243-44. 27 Against McCarthy (1971:173), who says of the Rahab episode that "it includes a great confession of faith, and it shows Yahweh taking care of a singularly incompetent set of 42 Into the Hands of the Living God characterized as a whore precisely because she is the door, left open by the divine whoremonger, through which the Israelites are led to stray, "a-whoring" after other gods. It is interesting to see how the narrator arranges for the revelation of Yahweh's complicity in the failed conquest with respect to Rahab.

E. 1 But a careful reading of the book of Joshua soon raises doubts about the conventional notion that the dominant theme of the book of Joshua is the fulfilment of the promises to the fathers through the conquest of the land. S. Childs says, for example, "Few would contest the assertion that the main purpose of the book of Joshua was to show the fulfilling of the promises to the fathers regarding the gift of the land ... ' (cf. 21,45)," (1979:244; cf. A. Soggin 1972:19). E. g. 2 A quick survey of the book reveals as many separate descriptions of failure as of success: Success 1.

Cf. L. Dolezel (1980:24, cf. 11-12) who says that the facts, the reality of the story world "are constructed by the speech acts of the authoritative source—narrator in the broadest sense; the narrator's ability to call individuals, objects, events etc. into fictional existence is given by his authentication authority [which is conferred on the external unconditioned narrator [DoleSel's anonymous £r-form narrator! " The reader knows about the events in the story solely through the agency of nan-atonal description, which creates and determines the sequence of related events.

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