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The Bible as a human witness to divine revelation : hearing the Word of God through historically dissimilar traditions, edited by Randall Heskett and Brian Irwin

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The Bible as a human witness to divine revelation : hearing the Word of God through historically dissimilar traditions
Title
The Bible as a human witness to divine revelation
Title remainder
hearing the Word of God through historically dissimilar traditions
Statement of responsibility
edited by Randall Heskett and Brian Irwin
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This work represents the attempts of several major scholars to respond to the historical problems presented throughout the biblical testimony and their description of what this means for reading scripture. Walter Brueggemann, for example, has written a wonderful article on various historical problems within the book of Genesis, beginning with Von Rad''s and Noth''s use of source criticism and his own understanding of how historically dissimilar texts can function within scripture. This book honors the work and life of Gerald Sheppard, who broke ground in biblical studies by describing what i
Member of
Dewey number
221.6
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1961-
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  • Heskett, Randall
  • Irwin, Brian
Series statement
  • Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies
  • T & T Clark library of biblical studies
Series volume
469
Label
The Bible as a human witness to divine revelation : hearing the Word of God through historically dissimilar traditions, edited by Randall Heskett and Brian Irwin
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Seams in the Book of Isaiah : looking for answers
  • Paul D. Wegner
  • Scribal culture and the composition of the Book of Isaiah
  • Robert R. Wilson
  • An interpretation of the death of Isaiah's servant
  • Stephen L. Cook
  • Micah 7:8-20 : re-evaluating the identity of the enemy
  • James D. Nogalski
  • Social drama in the psalms of individual lament
  • Norman K. Gottwald
  • Priests for the kingdom : two priesthoods for two regimes
  • Are individual complaint psalms really prayers? : recognizing social address as characteristic of individual complaints
  • W. Derek Suderman
  • God as the object of anger in the Psalms
  • David John C. Zub
  • The contribution of Ecclesiastes to biblical theology
  • Peter Enns
  • The Daniel and Qohelet epilogues : a similar editorial activity? (Qohelet 12:8-14 and Daniel 12:1-13)
  • Pedro Zamora
  • Justification by faith : a case of hearing the one gospel through historically dissimilar traditions
  • Frank D. Macchia
  • Walter Brueggemann
  • Divine action and biblical interpretation : how the ordinary words of men and women become the living word of God in scripture
  • Michael T. Dempsey
  • "Cold dead hands upon our threshold" : Josephine Butler's reading of the story of the Levite's concubine, Judges 19-21
  • Marion Ann Taylor
  • The portrayal of Assyria in the Books of Kings
  • Marvin A. Sweeney
  • Speaking or smouldering lips in Song of Songs 7:10 (Eng. 9)?
  • Jennifer Pfenniger
  • Ancient Near Eastern apocalypticism and the origins of the New Testament canon of scripture
  • David G. Meade
  • "If you listen to my voice -- " (Exodus 19:5) : the mystery of revelation
  • In the bosom of the beloved disciple : the Fourth Gospel's narrative openness to readers
  • Robert C. Fennell
  • Erich Zenger
  • Deuteronomy 29-34 and the formation of the Torah
  • Randall Heskett
  • Jehoiachin and Joseph : hope at the close of the Deuteronomistic history
  • John E. Harvey
Control code
ocn747103573
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxix, 363 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780567092038
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)747103573
Label
The Bible as a human witness to divine revelation : hearing the Word of God through historically dissimilar traditions, edited by Randall Heskett and Brian Irwin
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Seams in the Book of Isaiah : looking for answers
  • Paul D. Wegner
  • Scribal culture and the composition of the Book of Isaiah
  • Robert R. Wilson
  • An interpretation of the death of Isaiah's servant
  • Stephen L. Cook
  • Micah 7:8-20 : re-evaluating the identity of the enemy
  • James D. Nogalski
  • Social drama in the psalms of individual lament
  • Norman K. Gottwald
  • Priests for the kingdom : two priesthoods for two regimes
  • Are individual complaint psalms really prayers? : recognizing social address as characteristic of individual complaints
  • W. Derek Suderman
  • God as the object of anger in the Psalms
  • David John C. Zub
  • The contribution of Ecclesiastes to biblical theology
  • Peter Enns
  • The Daniel and Qohelet epilogues : a similar editorial activity? (Qohelet 12:8-14 and Daniel 12:1-13)
  • Pedro Zamora
  • Justification by faith : a case of hearing the one gospel through historically dissimilar traditions
  • Frank D. Macchia
  • Walter Brueggemann
  • Divine action and biblical interpretation : how the ordinary words of men and women become the living word of God in scripture
  • Michael T. Dempsey
  • "Cold dead hands upon our threshold" : Josephine Butler's reading of the story of the Levite's concubine, Judges 19-21
  • Marion Ann Taylor
  • The portrayal of Assyria in the Books of Kings
  • Marvin A. Sweeney
  • Speaking or smouldering lips in Song of Songs 7:10 (Eng. 9)?
  • Jennifer Pfenniger
  • Ancient Near Eastern apocalypticism and the origins of the New Testament canon of scripture
  • David G. Meade
  • "If you listen to my voice -- " (Exodus 19:5) : the mystery of revelation
  • In the bosom of the beloved disciple : the Fourth Gospel's narrative openness to readers
  • Robert C. Fennell
  • Erich Zenger
  • Deuteronomy 29-34 and the formation of the Torah
  • Randall Heskett
  • Jehoiachin and Joseph : hope at the close of the Deuteronomistic history
  • John E. Harvey
Control code
ocn747103573
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxix, 363 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780567092038
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)747103573

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