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Otto: Review of J. Van Seters, The Pentateuch, A Social-Science Commentary, in: ZAR 8 (2002) 407--411. In the same W8)' rr1isleading is the hypothesis of J. Van Seters (The Place of the Yahwist in the History of Passover and Massat, ZAW 95  167-182), that Ex 21,1-28 belangs entirely to P; for a different approach cf. E. , in: TDOT XII, Grand Rapidsl Cambridge 2003, 1-24 with further literature. For an apology of traditional Wellhausian source--criticism in the Pentateuch cf. H. Seebaß: Das Erbe Martin Noths zu Pentateuch und Hexateuch, in: U.
71 Thc authors of the Pentateuch-redaction used the sources of their sources for suppl,ementing their sourcesD and P. TheDecalogue in Ex 20" which theyintegrated in the Sinai-pericope in order to underline the identity of the Sinai-torah and Deuteronomy, showed same characteristi,cs, that were earlier than those ofthe Decalogue in Dtn St because theauthors ofthe Pentateuch-redaction quoted the Decalogue, which was the source ofthe Decalogue in Dtn S (cf. E. Otto: Dekalog [no 31 ]), in the Sinai-pericope.
53 Cf. Otto: Pentateuch (n. 4), 234-265. 54 For the priestly tradition of the torah cf. apart from Dcuteronomy cf. ; Ezr 7,10; Neh 13, 13. It is a fatal mistake to interpret Deuteronomy as religious lay literature; contra T. Veijola (Die Deuteronomisten als Vorgänger der Schriftge· lehnen. , Moses Erben. , when the Zadokite priests were "secularized" by hellenistic influence and no longer able Uto fulfi I the task of scribal interpretation of the holy texts" (see M. l H. s), Schriftauslegung im antiken Judentum und im Urchristentum, WUNT In3, )-71) into the exilic period.