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jannis, This is NLT's 3rd game in their current series. In chronological order:- Lust Epidemic- Treasure of Nadia- The Genesis Order(all sequels mention their predecessors, so knowledge of the earlier works is beneficial for understanding all the references and nods to past events).
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This resistance against historical approaches are of course understandable because new ways of understanding based on different epistemologies emerged asking other questions to the text and were largely ahistorical in nature.3 In our South African scholarly community we experienced something similar when an approach was developed, which focused more on the final text and structural analysis and underplayed historical information. The extra-linguistic world was bracketed and the single sign or word or expression was viewed as sufficient for understanding a linguistic utterance. All that was needed was the correct method and the correct execution of the different exegetical steps. This synchronic way of working was often viewed as a substitute for historical criticism or diachronic reading.4
This article would like to emphasise the contrary. Historical understanding of texts cannot easily be substituted by other approaches because it has always been part of the Old Testament scholar's or the theologian's DNA. Historical questions have always been posed because it was a way of retrieving the meaning of the text, keeping the meaning alive and emphasising the living process between text and context. Despite criticism and the awareness that meaning will always elude us, historical inquiry has nevertheless accomplished much. What is said of history in general is equally true of the historical critical approach to the Hebrew Bible: "The past is finished, so much is clear. Yet it is difficult to determine exactly what kind of finality it possesses".6 With this 'finality' or 'pastness of the past' Old Testament scholars have always grappled. Despite constraints the critical scholars of the past centuries have made enormous attempts to glean meaning from the Hebrew text and Israel's history. In the next paragraph it is stated that this yearning to understand historically was always present.
Historical investigation thus did not first occur in the nineteenth century but already thrived in the Early Church and Theodore of Mopsuestia (352-428) was a striking example.7 He rejected the Alexandrian emphasis on allegory and adopted a form of historical investigation starting with the search of an original or a final text. Then he ' exploited' all historical references in the text in order to construct a kind of historical context. In his study of the Psalms, for instance, he focused on the superscriptions and tried to date each one. According to him most psalms belonged to the time of David which he wrote during the persecution of Saul, the affair with Bathsheba, the rebellion of Absalom, et cetera.8 Some psalms clearly belonged to a later period but were still written by David because the Holy Spirit granted him the spirit of prophecy. What is typical of this kind of historical understanding is the search for every bit of information on the surface of the text in order to forge a link with a context.9
Gabler' s important observations were interpreted in many ways and reached a high watermark in the works of Julius Wellhausen and Hermann Gunkel. Both scholars developed the history paradigm in such a way as to link the Hebrew Bible to real people who lived and died in the living history of Israel. Wellhausen' s view of history implied at least two typical features: the development of a method (literary criticism) which allowed him to identify different ' historical' sources (JE, D and P) and which enabled him to describe the growth of Israel' s religion from an early phase when Abraham could still sacrifice anywhere, to Deuteronomy which centralised the cult in Jerusalem and to P who intensified this centralization of the cult by means of a hierarchical priesthood, a solid sacrificial system and a cultic calendar. What is important in Wellhausen's view of history was the movement from JE to D to P.32 Although he was often accused of Hegel's development of knowledge from a thesis, to an anti-thesis and finally to a synthesis Wellhausen provided scholarship with a method (literary criticism), sources (JE, D and P), which form the building blocks for his understanding of Israel's past and his depiction of the development and growth of Israel's faith.33
Gunkel rejected Wellhausen's views because he wanted to peek behind the Genesis text in order to understand what lies behind the stories of creation and the patriarchs. Behind the Hebrew text, there were legends about figures like Abraham and he began his commentary on Genesis with a famous sentence: "Die Genesis ist eine Sammlung von Sagen".34 The book of Genesis is a collection of legends. The stories of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob were compiled from a large variety of legends, which were shaped into units, "Sagenkränze".35And if we want to understand something of Abraham, we must take these legends seriously. Through these legends Abraham was shaped into a "living human being"; legends were the 'building materials' from which the 'life story' of Abraham was formed; they were like ' archival sources' shedding light on the "life and work of Abraham".36
According to Wellhausen this was too vague, too uncertain and actually useless. In the written sources JE and P (in Gen. 12-25) we have the Abraham narrative and there was no need to look behind the final text for legends or the origins of Abraham. Gunkel vehemently disagreed. When JE and P wrote about Abraham (in Gen. 12-25), the figure of Abraham had already been formed by the legends, which JE and P just took over.37 To Gunkel this pre-phase, this pre-written phase was such a vibrant and exciting era that it formed a prerequisite for the understanding of Abraham.
Although Wellhausen and Gunkel differed from each other they took the concept of historical understanding much further by showing a method (literary criticism) in order to identify historical sources (JE, D and P) and to get glimpses of real people and living contexts. This notion was elaborated further when the study of religion became important in the nineteenth century.
To explain this interest in religion we briefly focus on the group of young intellectuals in the 1880s who resisted Albrecht Ritschl's dogmatics, which he developed into a closed system of objective truths of faith.41 People like Wilhelm Bousset, Wilhelm Heitmüller and Hermann Gunkel assembled around Albert Eichhorn (1856-1926) who became the spiritual father of the movement who focused on 'history' and 'religion' and which was called the ' Religionsgeschichtliche Schule' . This implied a rigorous scrutiny of a religious tradition' s origin and growth up to its final phase. All emphasis was laid on the history of religion and how and why it was formed and shaped through the ages. Put differently: the Israelite or Old Testament religion had to be understood and explained in terms of its historical growth. To be a theologian thus implied that one should study the history of Israel's religion and how it was moulded by new contexts and new ideas.42
The .gitlab-ci.yml file defines the structure and job execution order of theGitLabCIpipelines.Jobs are the most fundamental element of a this file and each job is run independently from each other. Usually a pipeline is run for every commit.
All of the jobs are pretty much specific to the project except the deploy_job which is pretty generic for publishing the results. Here, in the beginning we update the system and install openssh & git so we canpullandpushprivate repositories. Then follows, the export of the RSA-KEYS into default files in the $HOME folder and finally the actual pull of the Pages repository. Later, we rename the results files (should be Markdown or HTML for Jekyll) and images so they are have unique names in the Pages repository and inserting the following Jekyll-specific meta-data to the results files:
This is an optional step and if no stages are defined GitLab will assume only building, test and deploy which can later be used to define the jobs. Continuing with the file, we should define the names of the stages that will execute. These stages will execute in order. But we can have many jobs that belong to the same stage, and these jobs will execute in parallel if there are no further requirements. The code snippet below is telling our Runner that there are two stages, a) build and b) test. Again, by this definition we get that all jobs defined as in stage build can run in parallel, and so all jobs in stage test, but the test jobs can only start after all build jobs have finished execution.