Deuterocanonical And Cognate Literature Yearbook

Autore: Jan Liesen
Editore: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110222777
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In biblical as well as in non-biblical texts war is a widespread theme often embedded in a narrative framework. In this volume that contains the proceedings of a conference in Kerkrade (Netherlands) in July 2009, a whole series of war narratives has been analyzed, such as 1 Maccabees, Ben Sira, the Book of Judith, the Book of Chronicles, Esther. Special attention is paid to the Scrolls of War from Qumran, to the concepts of Holy War and Divine Warrior, to Josephus and to war and peace in the Book of Psalms.Visions of peace are discussed in contributions that give attention to the Idea of Peace in Antiquity, to peace in Jewish Prayer, to the collocation 'covenant of peace', as well as to specific passages in the books of Micha and Isaiah, and in the Gospel of Matthew.

Deuterocanonical And Cognate Literature Yearbook

Autore: Friedrich Vinzenz Reiterer
Editore: De Gruyter
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Deuterocanonical And Cognate Literature Yearbook

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Biblical Figures In Deuterocanonical And Cognate Literature

Autore: Hermann Lichtenberger
Editore: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110203685
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The present volume of the DCLY collects the contributions of the International Conference of the a oeInternational Society for the Study of Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literaturea (ISDCL), held in TA1/4bingen/Germany. The articles on the reception and function of Biblical figures in Deuterocanonical and other Early Jewish Literature are devoted to the question of how the meaning of individual biblical figures changed in Hellenistic times. In a variety of approaches, the religious function of these figures in a period of vast political and cultural changes is analyzed, as well as their role in the process of re-establishing Jewish identity in a time, in which the Jewish people suffered from harsh oppression and lived scattered throughout the world. The attempt to address the question of changing perceptions of Biblical figures as well theologically and historically is a first step on the way towards an integration of the topic in the larger framework of a systematic reviewing of post-Biblical theological developments.

Family And Kinship In The Deuterocanonical And Cognate Literature

Autore: Angelo Passaro
Editore: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110310430
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This volume discusses various conceptions of family and kinship in the context of deuterocanonical literature. After analyzing the topic family in a narrow sense of the term, the articles investigate general ideas of morality, respect, or love and take a critical look at representations of gender, power, and social norms in Judaism and Early Christianity.

The Metaphorical Use Of Language In Deuterocanonical And Cognate Literature

Autore: Markus Witte
Editore: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110386232
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Metaphors are a vital linguistic component of religious speech and serve as a cultural indicator of how groups understand themselves and the world. The essays compiled in this volume analyze the use, function, and structure of metaphors in Jewish writings from the Hellenistic-Roman period (including the works of Philo and the texts of Qumran), as well as in apocryphal early Christian texts and inscriptions.

Jews Bible And Prayer

Autore: Stefan C. Reif
Editore: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110486709
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In his articles Stefan Reif’s articles have dealt with Jewish biblical exegesis and the close analysis of the evolution of Jewish prayer texts. Some fourteen of these that appeared in various collective volumes are here made more easily available, together with a major new study of Numbers 13, an introduction and extensive indexes. Reif attempts to establish whether there is any linguistic, literary and exegetical value in the traditional Jewish interpretation of the Hebrew Bible for the modern scientific approach to such texts and whether such an approach itself is always free of theological bias. He demonstrates how Jewish liturgical texts may illuminate religious teachings about wisdom, history, peace, forgiveness, and divine metaphors. Also clarified in these essays are notions of David, Greek and Hebrew, divine metaphors, and the liturgical use of the Hebrew Bible.

Studies On Baruch

Autore: Sean A. Adams
Editore: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110364271
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The volume comprises a collection of essays from an international team of scholars who specialise in Old Testament pseudepigrapha. Topics covered include: historical issues, literary structure, intertextual relationships between Baruch and the OT, reception history, and modern translation challenges. This is the first volume of essays that exclusively focus on Baruch, one that seeks to provide a foundation for future investigations.

The Orion Center Bibliography Of The Dead Sea Scrolls And Associated Literature

Autore: Ruth Anne Clements
Editore: BRILL
ISBN: 9004164375
Grandezza: 23,53 MB
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This book presents the authoritative print bibliography of current scholarship on the Dead Sea Scrolls, Qumran, and related fields (including New Testament studies); source, subject, and language indices facilitate its use by scholars and students within and outside the field.

Construction Coherence And Connotations

Autore: Pierre J. Jordaan
Editore: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110465671
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This collection of essays fills a gap in research on the recurring theme of the Wisdom of the deity, its decryption and reception. South African and international scholars have applied new critiques to the Old Testament and associated Apocryphal and Cognate literature, with a specific focus on Wisdom. The results will be of interest to scholars working with Septuagint and Cognate literature, especially those with a focus on Biblical hermeneutics.