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The Chronicler as Theologian (Journal For The Study Of The Old Testament Supplement Series)

M Patrick Graham (Ed)Steven Mckenzie (Ed)Gary Knoppers (Ed)
The Chronicler as Theologian (Journal For The Study Of The Old Testament Supplement Series)

The Chronicler as Theologian (Journal For The Study Of The Old Testament Supplement Series)

M Patrick Graham (Ed)Steven Mckenzie (Ed)Gary Knoppers (Ed)

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Together with the previous volumes 'Chronicler as Historian' and 'Chronicler as Author', this title endeavours to show the diverse approaches employed in Chronicles scholarship. Arising from work in the Chronicle-Ezra-Nehemiah Section of the Society of Biblical Literature, these fifteen essays cover topics and themes ranging from a discussion of the Ark in the Chronicles to a comparison of its depiction of Jerusalem with earlier and later Jewish compositions. This is volume 371 in the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement series.

- Publisher The articles in this volume show the diverse approaches currently employed in Chronicles scholarship. Arising from work in the Chronicle-Ezra-Nehemiah section of the Society of Biblical Literature, the essays cover topics and themes ranging from a discussion of the ark in Chronicles to a comparison of the Chroniclers' depiction of Jerusalem with earlier and later Jewish compositions. This collection follows The Chronicler as Historian and The Chronicler as Author.

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About "The Chronicler as Theologian (Journal For The Study Of The Old Testament Supplement Series)"

Together with the previous volumes 'Chronicler as Historian' and 'Chronicler as Author', this title endeavours to show the diverse approaches employed in Chronicles scholarship. Arising from work in the Chronicle-Ezra-Nehemiah Section of the Society of Biblical Literature, these fifteen essays cover topics and themes ranging from a discussion of the Ark in the Chronicles to a comparison of its depiction of Jerusalem with earlier and later Jewish compositions. This is volume 371 in the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement series.
- Publisher

The articles in this volume show the diverse approaches currently employed in Chronicles scholarship. Arising from work in the Chronicle-Ezra-Nehemiah section of the Society of Biblical Literature, the essays cover topics and themes ranging from a discussion of the ark in Chronicles to a comparison of the Chroniclers' depiction of Jerusalem with earlier and later Jewish compositions. This collection follows The Chronicler as Historian and The Chronicler as Author.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Steven Mckenzie (Ed)

Steven L. McKenzie is Professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. He is the author of "All God's Children: A Biblical Critique of Racism" and coeditor of "To Each Its Own Meaning: An Introduction to Biblical Criticisms and Their Application".

Table Of Contents

  • Gary N. Knoppers; Shem, Ham And Japheth: The Universal And The Particular In The Genealogy Of Nations; Gerrie F. Snyman; A Possible World Of Text Production For The Genealogy In 1 Chronicles 2.3-4.23; Ehud Ben Zvi; The Secession Of The Northern Kingdom In Chronicles: Accepted 'facts' And New Meanings; Philip Abadie; From The Impious Manasseh (2 Kings 21) To The Convert Manasseh (2 Chronicles 33): Theological Rewriting By The Chronicler; Mark A. Throntveit; The Relationship Of Hezekiah To David And Solomon In The Books Of Chronicles; Leslie C. Allen; Aspects Of Generational Commitment And Challenge In Chronicles; Christopher T. Begg; The Ark In Chronicles; Roddy L. Braun; Cyrus In Second And Third Isaiah, Chronicles, Ezra, And Nehemiah; John C. Endres; Theology Of Worship In Chronicles; Isaac Kalimi; Jerusalem? The Divine City: The Representation Of Jerusalem In Chronicles Compared With Earlier And Later Jewish Compositions; Brian E. Kelly; 'retribution' Revisited: Covenant, Grace And Restoration; William M. Schniedewind; The Evolution Of Name Theology; John W. Wright; Beyond Transcendence And Immanence: The Characterization Of The Presence And Activity Of God In The Book Of Chronicles
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  • Catalogue Code 222540
  • Product Code 0567083926
  • EAN 9780567083920
  • Pages 288
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category Old Testament
  • Publisher Bloomsbury T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Aug 2004
  • Dimensions 234 x 156 mm

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