The aim of this article is to discuss the presuppositions and shortcomings of the historical critical exegesis in connection with the study of the land and land tenancy in Israel. The following questions are asked: Why did theology ignore the significance of land and land tenancy? Is the nature of the historical critical study of land atomistic? Why is the study of land and land tenancy so important today? What causes the importance of land today?
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