Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-à-vis Minimalism, 1992–2008 and Beyond, Part 2.1: The Literature of Perspective, Critique, and Methodology, First Half

@article{Mykytiuk2012StrengtheningBH,
  title={Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-{\`a}-vis Minimalism, 1992–2008 and Beyond, Part 2.1: The Literature of Perspective, Critique, and Methodology, First Half},
  author={Lawrence J. Mykytiuk},
  journal={Journal of Religious \& Theological Information},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={101 - 137}
}
In this series of articles the author covers scholarly works in English which can, at least potentially, be associated with a positive view of biblical historicity regarding the periods preceding the Israelites’ return from exile. Part 2 covers works that treat the concepts and methodological issues at the center of the maximalist–minimalist debate. Parts 3–5 will cover works on evidences. In this article, the first half of Part 2, the author focuses on works that provide a framework in which… 
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Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-à-vis Minimalism, 1992–2008 and Beyond, Part 2.2: The Literature of Perspective, Critique, and Methodology, Second Half
This series of articles covers scholarly works in English which can, at least potentially, be associated with a generally positive view of biblical historicity regarding periods preceding the
Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-à-vis Minimalism, 1992-2008 and Beyond, Part 2.3: Some Commonalities in Approaches to Writing Ancient Israel's History
This series of articles covers scholarly works in English which can, at least potentially, be associated with a generally positive view of biblical historicity regarding periods preceding the

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