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From Old Revelation to New

Paperback|Mar 1995
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From old Revelation to new takes an important step beyond the studies by Robert Carroll and Michael Fishbane in exploring inner-biblical exegesis. Simon De Vries attempts to solve the problem of ideology and technique in the expansion of prophetic prediction...


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From old Revelation to new takes an important step beyond the studies by Robert Carroll and Michael Fishbane in exploring inner-biblical exegesis. Simon De Vries attempts to solve the problem of ideology and technique in the expansion of prophetic prediction by schools of redactors. By analyzing those prophetic predictions that employ temporal expressions as introductory transitions - expressions such as "in that day", "behold, days are coming", and "at the end of days" - De Vries demonstrates how futuristic expectation was expanded and reshaped within the prophetic collection toward an eventual canonical form.
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From old Revelation to new takes an important step beyond the studies by Robert Carroll and Michael Fishbane in exploring inner-biblical exegesis. Simon De Vries attempts to solve the problem of ideology and technique in the expansion of prophetic prediction by schools of redactors. By analyzing those prophetic predictions that employ temporal expressions as introductory transitions - expressions such as "in that day," "behold, days are coming," and "at the end of days" - De Vries demonstrates how futuristic expectation was expanded and reshaped within the prophetic collection toward an eventual canonical form.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 73145
  • Product Code 080280683X
  • EAN 9780802806833
  • Pages 408
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Mar 1995
  • Dimensions 234 x 159 x 36mm
  • Weight 0.597kg

Simon J De Vries

De Vries is Professor of Old Testament at Methodist Theological School in Ohio.

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