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  • a  of or relating to a period of exile (especially the exile of the Jews known as the Babylonian Captivity)

  • Between second Isaiah's angry exilic exclamations and P's more congenial voice, Israel had segued from an exclusive to an inclusive monotheism.
  • His priestly narrator was familiar with pre-exilic creation stories, and he used a set of Mycenaeo-Edomite pictorial tablets "given to, or taken by, Joshua's invading Israelites .
  • And, predictably, books of the Bible typically dated as postexilic, such as Ruth and Jonah, strike a warm tone toward peoples Moabites and Assyrians that in pre-exilic .

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