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He is credited with being one of the originators of the documentary hypothesis. In he was appointed professor ordinarius of theology at the University of Greifswald.
He resigned from the faculty in for reasons of conscience, stating in his letter of resignation: Since then my theological professorship has been weighing heavily on my conscience. He is best known for his Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels Prolegomena to the History of Israel , a detailed synthesis of existing views on the origins of the first six books of the Old Testament: Wellhausen's contribution was to place the development of these books into a historical and social context.
Prolegomena to the History of Ancient Israel
The resulting argument, called the documentary hypothesis, remained the dominant model among biblical scholars until later in the 20th century. Books by Julius Wellhausen.
All references are to the Project Gutenberg e-text of Wellhausen's "Prolegomena". The subject of the Prolegomena is the origins of the Pentateuch. It reviews all the major advances of the preceding century by Johann Gottfried Eichhorn , Wilhelm de Wette , Karl Heinrich Graf , Kuenen , Noldeke , Colenso and others, and puts forward the author's view, which is that the Priestly source was the last of the four sources, written during the Babylonian exile c.
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The implication to be drawn from this was that the Mosaic Law contained in Leviticus , which is largely by the Priestly author, as well as the substantial amounts of material from the Priestly source to be found in Genesis , Exodus and the Book of Numbers , did not exist in the age of Joshua , Samuel , David and Solomon. The book consists of an author's Introduction and three major sections. Its argument is that the ancient Israelites did not practice a religion recognisable as Judaism: The middle layer, the Deuteronomist, shows a clear impulse to the centralisation of worship under the control of a dominant priesthood with royal support.
Only in the final, post-Exilic, layer, the Priestly source, when the royal authority has vanished and the priesthood has assumed sole authority over the community, is there evidence of the religion that the world knows as Judaism. Wellhausen announces his intention to demonstrate the hypothesis of Karl Heinrich Graf that the Law is later than the Prophets: He then sets out some commonly agreed ground:.
Wellhausen proposes to fix the dates of each of the sources, especially of the Priestly source, "by reference to an independent standard, namely, the inner development of the history of Israel so far as that is known to us by trustworthy testimonies, from independent sources. The Priestly source consistently attempts to disguise what are in fact innovations with a veneer of antiquity by inventing, for example, a fictional Tabernacle not mentioned anywhere in the oldest sources, to justify its insistence on centralised worship in Jerusalem.
The history of the traditions of Israel, like the history of worship, shows a steady progression from the epic and prophetic age of the Yahwist and the Elohist, to the law-bound world of the Priestly source, with Deuteronomy acting as the bridge. In the Books of Judges, Samuel, and Kings, the fact of the radical difference of the old practice from the Law is not disputed [but] is simply condemned.
In the Chronicles the pattern according to which the history of ancient Israel is represented is the Pentateuch, i.