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Schäfer-Lichtenburger (“Sociological and Biblical Views of the Early State,” in The Origins of the Ancient Israelite States [ed. V. Fritz and P. R. Davies; JSOTSup 228; Shefﬁeld: Shefﬁeld Academic Press, 1996] 78–105) is seriously ﬂawed by the early date that she attributes to so much of the David story, most of which is of Persian date. More on this below. 10. The independent story of David and Goliath in 1 Sam 17 is a rather careless attempt at combining the destinies of Saul and David. Saul recruits conscripts from the sons of Jesse in Judah, and he is even presented as the king of Jerusalem (17:54).
Carroll, “Exile! What Exile? Deportation and the Discourses of Diaspora,” in Leading Captivity Captive: ‘The Exile’ as History and Ideology (ed. L. L. Grabbe; JSOTSup 278; Shefﬁeld: Shefﬁeld Academic Press, 1998) 62–79; Grabbe, “Introduction”; C. C. Torrey, Ezra Studies (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1910) 289. 3. It should be acknowledged that some brief glimpses of life in exile are provided in the historical books. See, for example, the account of Jehoiakin at the end of Kings and Jeremiah (2 Kgs 25:27–30; Jer 52:31–34).
Likewise, the so-called Succession Narrative (SN), which also presupposes the struggle between the House of David and the House of Saul throughout, must be viewed as a late work and not as an apology for either David or Solomon. Consequently, because there is much in both the story of David’s rise to power and the history of David’s court that is quite incompatible with Dtr’s idealization of David, and even openly antagonistic to Dtr’s ideology of kingship, it becomes important to ﬁnd a way of controlling the historical and social parameters within which such a work (or works) was composed.
Community Identity in Judean Historiography: Biblical and Comparative Perspectives by Gary N. Knoppers, Kenneth Ristau