Hebrew Bible Old Testament. The History of Its by C Brekelmans, Menahem Haran, Magne Saebo

By C Brekelmans, Menahem Haran, Magne Saebo

Dieses grosse internationale Standardwerk vereinigt christliche und judische Fachleute aus aller Welt. Es stellt die alttestamentliche Exegese von den Anfangen innerbiblischer Schriftdeutung bis zur gegenwartigen Forschung umfassend dar. Der erste Teilband fuhrt von den Kanonfragen uber fruhjudische, neutestamentliche, rabbinische und patristische Deutungen bis zu Augustin. Er endet mit einer Zusammenfassung uber Kirche und Synagoge als jeweiligen Mutterboden fur die Entwicklung verbindlicher Schriftauslegung. Das Werk ist auf funf Teilbande angelegt, die im Abstand von ein bis zwei Jahren erscheinen.

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Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: More Noncanonical Scriptures by Richard Bauckham

By Richard Bauckham

This paintings stands one of the most crucial courses in bible study during the last twenty-five years. Richard Bauckham, James Davila, and Alexander Panayotov’s new two-volume choice of outdated testomony pseudepigrapha includes many formerly unpublished and newly translated texts, complementing James Charlesworth’s Old testomony Pseudepigrapha and different previous collections.

Including nearly all identified surviving pseudepigrapha written sooner than the increase of Islam, this quantity, between different issues, offers the sacred legends and non secular reflections of various long-dead authors whose works have been misplaced, missed, or suppressed for lots of centuries. first-class English translations in addition to authoritative but available introductions convey these historical records to existence for readers today.

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Between Biblical Criticism and Poetic Rewriting: by Samuel Tongue

By Samuel Tongue

In among Biblical feedback and Poetic Rewriting, Samuel Tongue bargains an account of the classy and important tensions inherent within the improvement of the better feedback of the Bible. varied ‘types’ of Bible are created during the highbrow and literary pressures of Enlightenment and Romanticism and, as Tongue indicates, it really is this legacy that keeps to orientate the techniques deemed valid in biblical scholarship.

Using a couple of historic and modern severe and poetic rewritings of Jacob’s fight with the ‘angel’ (Gen 32:22-32), Tongue uses postmodern theories of textual construction to argue that it's the ‘paragesis’, a parasitical kind of writing among disciplines, that most sensible foregrounds the advanced performativity of biblical interpretation.

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The despoliation of Egypt in pre-rabbinic, rabbinic and by Joel S Allen

By Joel S Allen

This paintings examines the position performed through the biblical motif of the despoliation of Egypt within the knowing Gentiles had of Jews, and the way Jews defended themselves, their heroes and their God within the face of anti-Jewish slander. It additionally examines the way within which Christians realized from their rabbinic opposite numbers the way to guard Moses and his God opposed to the gnostic problem. starting with Philo and in keeping with haggadic additions, the embarrassment of the episode was once 'healed' via allegory and have become a seriously very important biblical justification for the Christian appropriation of the 'Egyptian treasures' in their Greco-Roman cultural background. This paintings describes how Christians borrowed exegetical traditions from rabbis not just to guard their sacred texts opposed to gnostic assaults yet to justify their curiosity in and appropriation of non-Christian philosophy of their theological understandings.

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King Josiah of Judah: The Lost Messiah of Israel by Marvin A. Sweeney

By Marvin A. Sweeney

King Josiah of Judah is a determine of awesome value for the heritage of Israel. utilizing synchronic and diachronic analyses of the Deuteronomistic heritage, Deuteronomy, and chosen prophetic books, Marvin Sweeney reconstructs the ideological views of King Josiah's software of non secular and nationwide recovery.

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Studies in Josephus' Rewritten Bible by Louis H. Feldman

By Louis H. Feldman

Which include 35 reviews of varied parts of Josephus' "Jewish Antiquities", this quantity is an try and research this systematic remark at the ancient books of the Bible. It considers how Josephus resolves obvious contradictions, abscurities and theological and different questions, in addition to the historicity of biblical occasions, that have questioned classical commentators at the Bible. It makes an attempt to provide an explanation for situations, significantly Ahab, Hezekiah, Jehoichin and Zedekiah, the place Josephus turns out to alter the biblical textual content greatly. The paintings contains Josephus' interpretations of a number of prophets, ladies and non-Jewish leaders.

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Jesus' defeat of death: persuading Mark's early readers by Peter G. Bolt

By Peter G. Bolt

Peter Bolt explores the influence of Mark's Gospel on early readers within the first-century Graeco-Roman international. Focusing upon the 13 characters in Mark who come to Jesus for therapeutic or exorcism, Bolt analyzes their the most important function within the conversation of the Gospel. Enlisting numerous old literary and non-literary resources, this e-book recreates the first-century global of disease, magic and Roman imperialism. This new method of Mark combines reader-response feedback with social background.

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