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Substance of Psalm 24, The: An Attempt to Read Scripture After Brevard S. Childs (Library Of Hebrew Bible/old Testament Studies Series)

Philip Sumpter

Substance of Psalm 24, The: An Attempt to Read Scripture After Brevard S. Childs (Library Of Hebrew Bible/old Testament Studies Series)

Philip Sumpter

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:This book contributes to the theory and practice of Biblical interpretation by engaging in an interpretation of Psalm 24 inspired by a particular understanding of Brevard Childs' "canonical approach": an understanding centred on the concept of "theological substance."Sumpter shows how the literary, historical, and theological dimensions of Psalm 24 cohere into a single vision by reading the text according to the previously discussed dialectic. An initial "synchronic" analysis of the psalm's poetic structure related to a "diachronic" reconstruction of the tradition history that lead to the final form. The question is then posed concerning the primary forces at work in this history of composition, a question which leads to reflection on the Trinity, first in se and then pro nobis. This latter dimension takes us back to the text, as its "Davidic" nature is further analysed in relation to the books of Samuel, the Psalter, and Isaiah. Finally, Patristic exegesis is turned to for further stimulation concerning the mysterious subject matter of the text.

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:This book contributes to the theory and practice of Biblical interpretation by engaging in an interpretation of Psalm 24 inspired by a particular understanding of Brevard Childs' "canonical approach": an understanding centred on the concept of "theological substance."Sumpter shows how the literary, historical, and theological dimensions of Psalm 24 cohere into a single vision by reading the text according to the previously discussed dialectic. An initial "synchronic" analysis of the psalm's poetic structure related to a "diachronic" reconstruction of the tradition history that lead to the final form. The question is then posed concerning the primary forces at work in this history of composition, a question which leads to reflection on the Trinity, first in se and then pro nobis. This latter dimension takes us back to the text, as its "Davidic" nature is further analysed in relation to the books of Samuel, the Psalter, and Isaiah. Finally, Patristic exegesis is turned to for further stimulation concerning the mysterious subject matter of the text.
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Meet the Author

Philip Sumpter

Philip E. Sumpter did his PhD in Old Testament under Gordon McConville at Gloucestershire University, UK. He currently works at Nazareth Evangelical Theological Seminary, Israel.

Table Of Contents

  • :table Of Contentsabbreviations 1. Introductionpart I: Verbum And Res: Establishing The Context2. Childs And Scripture In The Divine Economy 3. Verbum: The Shape Of Israel's Witness 4. Res: The Shape Of Israel's God 5. Res And Form Criticism In The Work Of Childs And Gerstenberger 6. Hermeneutical Implications Part Ii: Psalm 24: Entering The Dialectic7. A Canonical Approach To Psalm 24 8. Verbum 1: Form, Content, Context, Function 9. Res 1: Force (god In Se) 10. Verbum 2: The Broader Literary Context 11. Res 2: The Divine Economy (god Pro Nobis) Bibliography Index
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  • Catalogue Code 499873
  • Product Code 9780567671998
  • ISBN 0567671992
  • EAN 9780567671998
  • Pages 288
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category Old Testament
  • Publisher Bloomsbury T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Oct 2016
  • Sales Rank #47969
  • Dimensions 234 x 156 x 15 mm
  • Weight 0.413kg

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