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  • adjective From the time before the the Jewish exile to Babylon around 600 AD.

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Examples

  • These post-exilic passages also feature more internationally communal language than pre-exilic scripture, and mention not just God's covenant with Israel but "an everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth."

    The Bible's Vindication of Obama's Middle East Strategy

  • However, there's still a strong argument for at least a pre-exilic date for the Priestly source I know that this is a contentious issue, but this is where the evidence seems to be leading me at the moment.

    Jeremiah 7:22 as Evidence for the Date of Leviticus

  • These post-exilic passages also feature more internationally communal language than pre-exilic scripture, and mention not just God's covenant with Israel but "an everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth."

    Robert Wright: The Bible's Vindication of Obama's Middle East Strategy

  • YHWH and names with a yahwistic theophoric element are found in pre-exilic Judean inscriptions, incidentally.

    Linguistics and the Dating of Texts

  • These post-exilic passages also feature more internationally communal language than pre-exilic scripture, and mention not just God's covenant with Israel but "an everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth."

    Robert Wright: The Bible's Vindication of Obama's Middle East Strategy

  • The books of Chronicles—the third great historical work in the Bible, dealing with pre-exilic Israel—were put in writing only in the fifth or fourth centuryBCE, several centuries after the events they describe.

    The Bible Unearthed

  • The books of Chronicles—the third great historical work in the Bible, dealing with pre-exilic Israel—were put in writing only in the fifth or fourth centuryBCE, several centuries after the events they describe.

    The Bible Unearthed

  • The books of Chronicles—the third great historical work in the Bible, dealing with pre-exilic Israel—were put in writing only in the fifth or fourth centuryBCE, several centuries after the events they describe.

    The Bible Unearthed

  • The books of Chronicles—the third great historical work in the Bible, dealing with pre-exilic Israel—were put in writing only in the fifth or fourth centuryBCE, several centuries after the events they describe.

    The Bible Unearthed

  • The worthlessness of the mass of pre-exilic prophets was then acknowledged in terms drawn directly from the diatribes of the literary prophets:

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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