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The Resource Theology from the beginning : essays on the primeval history and its canonical context, Andreas Schüle

Theology from the beginning : essays on the primeval history and its canonical context, Andreas Schüle

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Theology from the beginning : essays on the primeval history and its canonical context
Title
Theology from the beginning
Title remainder
essays on the primeval history and its canonical context
Statement of responsibility
Andreas Schüle
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
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Schüle, Andreas
Dewey number
222.1106
Index
index present
LC call number
BS1235.52
LC item number
.S38 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Forschungen zum Alten Testament
Series volume
113
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  • Creation
  • Biblical cosmology
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Theology from the beginning : essays on the primeval history and its canonical context, Andreas Schüle
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The image of God. Made in the "image of God": the concepts of divine images in Gen 1-3 -- The reluctant image: the theology and anthropology in Gen 1-3 -- The dignity of the image: a re-reading of the priestly prehistory -- The notion of life: Nefesh and Ruach in the anthropological discourse of the primeval history -- Transformed into the image of Christ: identity, personality, and resurrection -- Evil. "And behold, it was very good...and behold, the earth was corrupt" (Genesis 1:31, 6:12): the prehistoric discourse about evil -- The divine-human marriages: Genesis 6:1-4 and the Greek framing of the primeval history -- Evil from the heart: Qoheleth's negative anthropology and its canonical context -- Law and forgiveness: elements of priestly theology. The "eternal covenant" in the priestly Pentateuch and the major prophets -- The primeval history as an etiology of Torah -- At the border of sin and forgiveness: Salaḥ in the Old Testament -- "On earth as it is in heaven": eschatology and the ethics of forgiveness -- God. The challenged God: reflections on the motif of God's repentance in Job, Jeremiah, Jonah, and the non-priestly flood narrative -- "Have you any right to be angry?": the theological discourse surrounding the conclusion to the book of Jonah (Jonah 3:6-4:11) -- The God who creates: a contribution to the theology of the Old Testament -- Ethics. The ethics of Genesis: a contribution to biblical humanism -- "For He is like you": a translation and understanding of the Old Testament commandment to love in Lev 19:18 -- Sharing and loving: love, law and the ethics of cultural memory in the Pentateuch
Control code
on1002302884
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 340 pages
Isbn
9783161539978
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)1002302884
Label
Theology from the beginning : essays on the primeval history and its canonical context, Andreas Schüle
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The image of God. Made in the "image of God": the concepts of divine images in Gen 1-3 -- The reluctant image: the theology and anthropology in Gen 1-3 -- The dignity of the image: a re-reading of the priestly prehistory -- The notion of life: Nefesh and Ruach in the anthropological discourse of the primeval history -- Transformed into the image of Christ: identity, personality, and resurrection -- Evil. "And behold, it was very good...and behold, the earth was corrupt" (Genesis 1:31, 6:12): the prehistoric discourse about evil -- The divine-human marriages: Genesis 6:1-4 and the Greek framing of the primeval history -- Evil from the heart: Qoheleth's negative anthropology and its canonical context -- Law and forgiveness: elements of priestly theology. The "eternal covenant" in the priestly Pentateuch and the major prophets -- The primeval history as an etiology of Torah -- At the border of sin and forgiveness: Salaḥ in the Old Testament -- "On earth as it is in heaven": eschatology and the ethics of forgiveness -- God. The challenged God: reflections on the motif of God's repentance in Job, Jeremiah, Jonah, and the non-priestly flood narrative -- "Have you any right to be angry?": the theological discourse surrounding the conclusion to the book of Jonah (Jonah 3:6-4:11) -- The God who creates: a contribution to the theology of the Old Testament -- Ethics. The ethics of Genesis: a contribution to biblical humanism -- "For He is like you": a translation and understanding of the Old Testament commandment to love in Lev 19:18 -- Sharing and loving: love, law and the ethics of cultural memory in the Pentateuch
Control code
on1002302884
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 340 pages
Isbn
9783161539978
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)1002302884

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