8 edition of Israelite Religion and Biblical Theology found in the catalog.
by Sheffield Academic Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||715|
This is the fourth volume in the series of collaborations between the Department of Bible in Tel Aviv University, Israel, and the Faculty of Theology in the University of the Ruhr, Bochum, Germany. This symposium, held in Bochum in , discussed a topic important for both communities of believers, starting with the Bible and tracking its role. Edited Volumes “His Words Soar Above Him”: Biblical and Northwest Semitic Studies Presented to Charles R. Krahmalkov, ed. R. M. Kerr, R. D. Miller II, and P. C. Schmitz. And in this volume, “A Tale of Two Villages: A Microhistory of Early Israel; Between Israelite Religion and Biblical Theology: Essays on Archaeology, History, and Hermeneutics (Contributions to Biblical Exegesis .
AP W.F. Albright, The Archaeology of Palestine (Penguin Books, ; rev. ed., ) ARI W.F. Albright, Archaeology and the Religion of Israel (5th ed., Doubleday Anchor Book, ) ASTI Annual of the Swedish Theological Institute ASV American Standard Version of the Bible, (). Throughout the 19th century, "biblical theology" as a discipline distinct from dogmatics developed, along with critical methodologies, into a study of the history of Israel’s religion. Criticism became increasingly concerned with the historical and philological minutiae of both Israelite religion and emerging Christianity, and their primary.
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Israelite Religion and Biblical Theology: Collected Essays (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) 1st Edition by Patrick D.
Miller (Author)Cited by: "Echoing the works of William Foxwell Albright and Cyrus Gordon, Richard Hess's new book on Israelite religion offers a survey of Israelite religion fundamentally based on the framework and claims of the Bible and informed by archaeological evidence and extrabiblical by: About Israelite Religion and Biblical Theology This is a formidable collection of previously published essays by this distinguished Old Testament scholar.
The Hardcover of the Israelite Religion and Biblical Theology: Collected Essays by Patrick D. Miller at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Patrick D. Miller. Three significant areas of biblical studies have been a focus of the author's attention throughout his career: the Bible in its ancient Near Eastern world, the Psalms and Old Testament theology.
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Find books. Between Israelite Religion and Old Testament Theology: Essays on Archaeology, History, and Hermeneutics (Contributions to Biblical Exegesis and Theology) [Miller, RD, Miller, RD] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : $ This is a formidable collection of previously published essays by this distinguished Old Testament scholar.
Three significant areas of biblical studies have been a focus of the author's attention throughout his career: the Bible in its ancient Near Eastern world, the Psalms, and Old Testament theology. A list of the best books on Israelite Religion ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.
Tweet. Score Biblical Theology Biblical Hermeneutics Biblical Canon Scriptures and Revelation Narrative Themes Prolegomena Trinitarianism Sacraments Providence/Soveriegnty Heaven and Hell Worship Theology Ethics Origins Apologetics Worldviews 74%(4).
--Israelite religion. --Wellhausen and the history of Israel's religion. --The absence of the goddess in Israelite religion. --Psalms and inscriptions. --The theological significance of Biblical poetry. --Meter, parallelism, and tropes: the search for poetic style.
A classic work (originally published in ) that broke ground in the study of Biblical Theology from “The Father of Reformed Biblical Theology”. The aim of this book is no less than to provide an account of the unfolding of the mind of God in history, through the successive agents of his special revelation.
These 41 collected essays by the doyen of OT studies at Princeton cover three overlapping areas: ‘The Bible in its Near Eastern World’ (11), ‘The Psalms’ (11), and ‘Old Testament Theology’ (19).
They were first published in the period –, with increased interest through time in the later sections. Only one appears for the first time in English (‘The Canon in Contemporary.
By Richard S. Hess. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, Pp. $ Eighty pages into Richard Hess’ latest book, Israelite Religions: An Archaeological and Bibli- cal Survey, he writes regarding the current academic views on Israelite religion(s), “great syntheses and sweeping generalizations no longer hold.”.
Canon, Covenant and Christology: Rethinking Jesus and the Scriptures of Israel (New Studies in Biblical Theology Book 51) - Kindle edition by Barrett, Matthew. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ 4/5(2). Few Biblical scholars carry as much weight as does Frank Moore Cross, author of the following article, “The History of Israelite Religion: A Secular or Theological Subject?,” in which he says that anyone wanting to study the history of ancient Israelite religion should view the enterprise through the lens of history rather than theology.
This important book for use in Old Testament courses is also a valuable resource for those exploring the role of the Bible in culture today. The articles include:Theoretical Issues"Is a Critical Biblical Theology Possible?""Biblical Theology and the History of Israelite Religion""The Politics of Biblical Interpretation"The Pentateuch"Faith without Works: Biblical Ethics and the Sacrifice of.
Summary The theme of the relation of God’s chosen people Israel to the other nations of humankind constitutes a test case for ‘Biblical Theology’: is it possible to produce a synthesis of the apparently diverse Old Testament and New Testament materials.
The articles include: Theoretical Issues "Is a Critical Biblical Theology Possible?" "Biblical Theology and the History of Israelite Religion" "The Politics of Biblical Interpretation" The Pentateuch "Faith without Works: Biblical Ethics and the Sacrifice of Isaac" "The Development of the Exodus Tradition" "The Exodus and Biblical Theology.
This provocative work by a leading African American biblical scholar delves deeply into issues of intimacy and power, violence and control, seduction and betrayal, and is a searing indictment of the axial points of Israelite religion-its covenantal and prophetic traditions-and their authority today.4/5(1).
Most Hebrew Israelites believe that being an Israelite is not a religion but a nationality and a lifestyle. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the fall of United States and the European rule is eminent. Most Hebrew Israelites reject Islam because it was founded by an Ishmaelite.
Most Hebrew Israelites practice separatism instead of racism. Pate thus claims that story of Israel ‘qualif[ies] to be characterized as a biblical theology in its own right’ (23). He reduces Steck’s five aspects to an overarching pattern of sin, exile and restoration, and the rest of the book details how the pattern appears in the major units of the Bible.().
History of Israelite religion or old testament theology? Jewish interest in biblical theology. Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament: Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. The best books on Biblical Theology ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users. OT Backgrounds OT Dictionaries / Encyclopedias OT History and Religion Ancient Near Eastern Histories Israelite Religion OT Extra-Biblical Literature Studies Documentary Hypothesis Deuternomic History Other OT Studies and Issues.