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Genesis

Author: James McKeown
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 0802827055
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Introduction to Genesis -- Commentary on Genesis -- Theological horizons of Genesis -- Theological message of the Book -- Main unifying themes -- Descendants -- Blessing -- Land -- Key theological teaching of Genesis -- The theology of land -- The doctrine of creation -- Creatio ex nihilo -- The fall -- The character of God -- The image of God -- The life of faith -- Genesis and theology today -- Genesis and science -- Mission -- Ecology -- Feminist approaches -- Genesis and biblical theology -- Genesis in canonical context -- Genesis in the Historical Books -- Wisdom literature -- Thematic continuity in the Prophets -- New Testament -- Conclusion.

Ruth

Author: James McKeown
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 080286385X
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The Genre Of Biblical Commentary

Author: Timothy D. Finlay
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 162564289X
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The genre of biblical commentary is as old as the Bible itself, and remains very much alive as a point of illuminating contact between the ancient text and its modern readers. In this volume, fourteen international Old Testament experts reflect upon multiple challenges of contemporary biblical commentary as a scholarly endeavor. How does a commentator strike a balance between engagement with the biblical text and the commentary tradition that the text has generated over the centuries? How does academically rigorous commentary-writing remain relevant for pastoral and lay readers of the Bible? Ancient biblical writers are notoriously diverse in their theological and literary nuances. Modern readers approach the Bible from an equally wide spectrum of interests. How does today's commentator act responsibly for all the text's stakeholders? John E. Hartley is widely respected for the multiple volumes he has produced with these questions in mind. This collection of essays appears in celebration of his accomplishments in the genre of Old Testament biblical commentary.

Misunderstood Stories

Author: Robert Gnuse
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630871575
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Narratives in Genesis 1-11 have been misunderstood in many ways, but they especially have been used to oppress women and African Americans and to present a God of wrath and judgment. This commentary seeks to explain the real message behind those narratives, which is one that speaks of human dignity and equality, that affirms monotheism, that criticizes kings and tyrants, that declares our oneness with the animal realm and nature, and that proclaims a powerful message of divine grace with a deity personally involved in the human world. Humor may also be found in some of these stories. These biblical passages can be best explicated by close reading as well as by knowledge of comparable stories from the ancient Near East and from the classical world, and finally by knowledge of the concomitant social and political values connected with those other myths and narratives.

Patterns Of Sin In The Hebrew Bible

Author: Joseph Lam
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199394644
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Sin, often defined as a violation of divine will, remains a crucial idea in contemporary moral and religious discourse. However, the apparent familiarity of the concept obscures its origins within the history of Western religious thought. Joseph Lam examines a watershed moment in the development of sin as an idea-namely, within the language and culture of ancient Israel-by examining the primary metaphors used for sin in the Hebrew Bible. Drawing from contemporary theoretical insights coming out of linguistics and philosophy of language, this book identifies four patterns of metaphor that pervade the biblical texts: sin as burden, sin as an account, sin as path or direction, and sin as stain or impurity. In exploring the permutations of these metaphors and their development within the biblical corpus, Patterns of Sin in the Hebrew Bible offers a compelling account of how a religious and theological concept emerges out of the everyday thought-world of ancient Israel, while breaking new ground in its approach to metaphor in ancient texts. Far from being a timeless, stable concept, sin becomes intelligible only when situated in the matrix of ancient Israelite culture. In other words, sin is not as simple as it might seem.

Psalms

Author: Geoffrey Grogan
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 0802827063
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Geoffrey Grogan here tackles the growing field of Psalms research and presents an accessible theological treatment of the Psalter. He begins by surveying and evaluating the main scholarly approaches to Psalms and then provides exegesis of all the psalms, emphasizing their distinctive messages. Grogan follows with a full discussion of the Psalter's theological themes, highlighting the implications of its fivefold arrangement. He considers the massive contribution of the Psalter to biblical theology, including the way the psalms were used and interpreted by Jesus and the New Testament writers. The volume closes with an analysis of the contemporary relevance of the Psalms and a step-by-step guide to preparing a Psalms sermon, based on Psalm 8.

Das Alte Testament

Author: Christoph Levin
Publisher: C.H.Beck
ISBN: 3406721923
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Kein anderes Buch hat Religion und Kultur der westlichen Welt beeinflußt wie die Bibel und ihr größerer, Juden und Christen gemeinsamer Teil: das Alte Testament. Christoph Levin beschreibt seinen Aufbau, die Bildung des Kanons und die Überlieferungsgeschichte der Texte. Er stellt das Alte Testament als Teil der Kultur und Religionsgeschichte des Alten Vorderen Orients dar und zeigt zugleich, daß es als Heilige Schrift des Judentums und nicht als Geschichte Alt-Israels entstanden ist. Eine Zeittafel und Literaturhinweise runden diese allgemeinverständliche Einführung ab.