A God of Faithfulness
This Festschrift is published on the occasion of J. Gordon McConville's 60th birthday in recognition of the outstanding contribution that he has made to the field of Old Testament studies over the last 25 years. The collection incorporates 13 essays...
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This Festschrift is published on the occasion of J. Gordon McConville's 60th birthday in recognition of the outstanding contribution that he has made to the field of Old Testament studies over the last 25 years. The collection incorporates 13 essays written by colleagues, friends and former research students along with an introduction and complete list of McConville's publications. The essays focus on Pentateuch, History, Prophets and Writings with each paper addressing key issues of interpretation of the biblical text. The breadth of subject matter that comes under discussion in this volume reflects the wide-ranging interests seen in McConville's own published works.
J. Gordon McConville, (Ph.D., Queen's University, Belfast) is Professor of Old Testament at the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham, England. He is the author of several books and studies on Old Testament topics, including Law and Theology in Deuteronomy (JSOT Press), Time and Place in Deuteronomy (with J. G. Millar; JSOT Press), Deuteronomy (Apollos Old Testament Commentary), 1 and 2 Chronicles (Daily Study Bible), Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther (Daily Study Bible), and Judgment and Promise: An Introduction to the Book of Jeremiah (Apollos). He is currently working on Old Testament political theology, and is co-editor of the Two Horizons Commentary (Old Testament) with Craig Bartholomew, has authored the volume on Joshua with Stephen Williams.
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- List Of Contributors Tribute To J Gordon Mcconville Mcconville Bibliography Part I - Pentateuch And History Chapter 1: Images Of God And Creation In Genesis 1-2 Karl Moller, University Of Cumbria Chapter 2: The Passover In Exodus And Deuteronomy: An Introductory Examination Peter T. Vogt, Bethel Seminary Chapter 3: The Understanding Of The Nazirite Vow Christine Hahn, Universite De Geneve Chapter 4: Rhetorical, Theological And Chronological Features Of Ezra-nehemiah Herbert H. Klement, Staatsunabhangige Theologische Hochschule Basel Part Ii: Prophets Chapter 5: Judah As Israel In Eighth-century Prophecy H.g.m. Williamson, University Of Oxford Chapter 6: Paul's Self-understanding In The Light Of Jeremiah: A Case Study Into The Use Of The Old Testament In The New Testament Hetty Lalleman, Spurgeon's College Chapter 7: "prophet To The Nations": Missional Reflections On The Book Of Jeremiah Christopher J.h. Wright, International Director, Langham Partnership International Chapter 8: Remnant Motif In Amos, Micah And Zephaniah Alison Lo, London School Of Theology Chapter 9: The Three Shepherds: Reading Zechariah 11 In The Light Of Jeremiah Michael R. Stead, Moore Theological College, Sydney Part Iii: Writings Chapter 10: The Golden Calf In The Psalms Gordon J. Wenham, Trinity College, Bristol Chapter 11: The Hermeneutics Of Humanity: Reflections On The Human Origin Of The Laments Jamie A. Grant, Highland Theological College Uhi Chapter 12: 'i Will Hope In Him': Theology And Hope In Lamentations Heath Thomas, Wake Forest, North Carolina