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What I have been calling the 'idea' of Israel or the 'imagined Israel' is illuminated by Jacob Neusner when he discusses 'Israel' as the 'social metaphor' of Judaism. 55 This social entity may be invoked by the metaphor of a 53. C. Bond and A. C. Bond and A. ), Social Construction of the Past: Representation as Power (OWA, 24; London: Routledge, 1994), pp. 1-22 (17). 54. Smith, Ethnic Origins, p. 28. 55. J. Neusner, The Foundations of the Theology of Judaism: An Anthology. III. Israel (SHJ, 48; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992), p.
Gray, Kings, p. 773. In a rather strange manner, Gray links the reasons for recording the passage with the reasons why the event transpired, a glaring example of the typical synchronism identified between text and event. He suggests that the specific mention of the king's release may have been motivated by a 'primitive superstition' that closing a book on a despondent note would bring the future under a similar evil influence. A positive ending would secure brighter prospects. ' 36. Cogan and Tadmor, II Kings, p.
II. Aspects of Judaism in the Graeco-Roman Period (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1981), pp. 88-114 (89), comments that the limits of tolerance of both parties need to be addressed. 34. D. Smith, The Ethnic Origins of Nations (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986), p. 26. One may see such a process as applicable to Diaspora communities as well, as the shared memory of a common land, and communication between enclaves unites the diverse communities, despite regional variations in cultural properties and traditions (p.