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The Resource The post-priestly Pentateuch : new perspectives on its redactional development and theological profiles, edited by Federico Giuntoli and Konrad Schmid

The post-priestly Pentateuch : new perspectives on its redactional development and theological profiles, edited by Federico Giuntoli and Konrad Schmid

Label
The post-priestly Pentateuch : new perspectives on its redactional development and theological profiles
Title
The post-priestly Pentateuch
Title remainder
new perspectives on its redactional development and theological profiles
Statement of responsibility
edited by Federico Giuntoli and Konrad Schmid
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OHX
Index
index present
Language note
11 English, 6 German contributions
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1946-
  • 1969-
  • 1965-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ska, Jean Louis
  • Giuntoli, Federico
  • Schmid, Konrad
Series statement
Forschungen zum Alten Testament,
Series volume
101
Label
The post-priestly Pentateuch : new perspectives on its redactional development and theological profiles, edited by Federico Giuntoli and Konrad Schmid
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Festschrift for Jean Louis Ska
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Ruth, the Pentateuch and the nature of biblical law: in conversation with Jean Louis Ska
  • Bernard S. Jackson
  • A post-priestly harmonization in the flood narrative
  • Bernard M. Levinson
  • Die Väterverheissungen: eine Bestandsaufnahme
  • Christoph Levin
  • The "covenant of circumcision" (Gen17) in the context of the Abraham cycle (Gen 11:27-25:11): preliminary considerations
  • Joseph Blenkinsopp
  • Gen 20-22 als nach-priesterliche Erweiterung der Vätergeschichte
  • Matthias Köckert
  • Von der diaskeuase zur nachendredaktionellen Fortschreibung: die Geschichte der Erforschung der nachpriesterschriftlichen Redaktionsgeschichte des Pentateuch
  • The admonitions not leave the Promised Land in Genesis 24 and 26 and the authorization in Genesis 46
  • Alexander Rofé
  • The Joseph story in the book of Genesis: pre-P or post-P?
  • Thomas Römer
  • Ephraim, Manasseh, and post-exilic Israel: a study of the redactional expansions in Gen 48 regarding Joseph's sons
  • Federico Giuntoli
  • Zusammenhang, Trennung und Selbständigkeit der Bücher Genesis und Exodus im priesterlichen und nachpriesterlichen Pentateuch
  • Jan Christian Gertz
  • Der Stab des Mose in der vor- und nachpriesterlichen Redaktion des Pentateuch
  • Ludwig Schmidt
  • Konrad Schmid
  • Die "Sinai-Overtüre" in Ex 19, 3b-9 als nachpriesterliche Verbindung zwischen Pentateuch und Vorderen Propheten: Mal'ak-, Hexateuch-oder Enneateuch-Fortschreibung?
  • Hans Christoph Schmitt
  • Leviticus 26:39-46 and the post-Priestly composition of Leviticus: some remarks in light of the recent discussion
  • Christophe Nihan
  • The integration of the post-exilic book of Deuteronomy into the post-Priestly Pentateuch
  • Eckart Otto
  • Strong and weak cases and criteria for establishing the post-priestly character of Hexateuchal material
  • David M. Carr
  • How to speak about GOD with non-Israelites: some observations about the use of names for God by Israelites and pagans in the Pentateuch
  • Reinhard Achenbach
  • The formative impact of the Hexateuch redaction: an interim result
  • Rainer Albertz
Control code
000401162
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 351 pages
Isbn
9783161531217
Isbn Type
(cl.)
Other control number
9783161531217
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000401162
  • (OCoLC)930609394
Label
The post-priestly Pentateuch : new perspectives on its redactional development and theological profiles, edited by Federico Giuntoli and Konrad Schmid
Publication
Copyright
Note
Festschrift for Jean Louis Ska
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Ruth, the Pentateuch and the nature of biblical law: in conversation with Jean Louis Ska
  • Bernard S. Jackson
  • A post-priestly harmonization in the flood narrative
  • Bernard M. Levinson
  • Die Väterverheissungen: eine Bestandsaufnahme
  • Christoph Levin
  • The "covenant of circumcision" (Gen17) in the context of the Abraham cycle (Gen 11:27-25:11): preliminary considerations
  • Joseph Blenkinsopp
  • Gen 20-22 als nach-priesterliche Erweiterung der Vätergeschichte
  • Matthias Köckert
  • Von der diaskeuase zur nachendredaktionellen Fortschreibung: die Geschichte der Erforschung der nachpriesterschriftlichen Redaktionsgeschichte des Pentateuch
  • The admonitions not leave the Promised Land in Genesis 24 and 26 and the authorization in Genesis 46
  • Alexander Rofé
  • The Joseph story in the book of Genesis: pre-P or post-P?
  • Thomas Römer
  • Ephraim, Manasseh, and post-exilic Israel: a study of the redactional expansions in Gen 48 regarding Joseph's sons
  • Federico Giuntoli
  • Zusammenhang, Trennung und Selbständigkeit der Bücher Genesis und Exodus im priesterlichen und nachpriesterlichen Pentateuch
  • Jan Christian Gertz
  • Der Stab des Mose in der vor- und nachpriesterlichen Redaktion des Pentateuch
  • Ludwig Schmidt
  • Konrad Schmid
  • Die "Sinai-Overtüre" in Ex 19, 3b-9 als nachpriesterliche Verbindung zwischen Pentateuch und Vorderen Propheten: Mal'ak-, Hexateuch-oder Enneateuch-Fortschreibung?
  • Hans Christoph Schmitt
  • Leviticus 26:39-46 and the post-Priestly composition of Leviticus: some remarks in light of the recent discussion
  • Christophe Nihan
  • The integration of the post-exilic book of Deuteronomy into the post-Priestly Pentateuch
  • Eckart Otto
  • Strong and weak cases and criteria for establishing the post-priestly character of Hexateuchal material
  • David M. Carr
  • How to speak about GOD with non-Israelites: some observations about the use of names for God by Israelites and pagans in the Pentateuch
  • Reinhard Achenbach
  • The formative impact of the Hexateuch redaction: an interim result
  • Rainer Albertz
Control code
000401162
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 351 pages
Isbn
9783161531217
Isbn Type
(cl.)
Other control number
9783161531217
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000401162
  • (OCoLC)930609394

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