Tradition and transformation in the book of Chronicles

@inproceedings{Beentjes2008TraditionAT,
  title={Tradition and transformation in the book of Chronicles},
  author={P. Beentjes},
  year={2008}
}
Since the Book of Chronicles is increasingly studied on its own, and not as a copy of 1-2 Samuel and 1-2, this study treats the various aspects and themes of this rich document. It provides an analysis of specific texts and topics uncovering the Chronicler's permanent creativity to transform Israel's tradition(s) into a new theological and ideological system of its own. 
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