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Deuteronomy and Exhortation in Hebrews : a Study in Narrative Re-presentation.

Author: Allen.
Publisher: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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HauptbeschreibungDavid M. Allen examines the way in which Deuteronomy operates within the paraenetic sections of Hebrews, both at a micro-level (in terms of citation or allusion to the prior text) and at a macro-level (how broad Deuteronomic themes are treated within the discourse). There is extensive treatment of Deuteronomic quotations and echoes, particularly from the Song of Moses (Deut 32), as well as analysis  Read more...
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Allen,
Deuteronomy and Exhortation in Hebrews : A Study in Narrative Re-presentation.
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Allen.
ISBN: 9783161515811 3161515811
OCLC Number: 782878903
Notes: 6.3.4 Mosaic Provenance or Association.
Description: 1 online resource (288 pages)
Contents: Cover; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. The Relationship between Hebrews & Deuteronomy; 1.1 Introduction & History; 1.2 Deuteronomy as Text; 1.3 Methodology/Intertextuality; 1.4 Thesis Outline; Chapter 2. The Text and Function of the Song of Moses; 2.1 Deuteronomy in Second Temple Judaism; 2.2 The Form and Use of the Song of Moses; 2.2.1 The Song of Moses in Deuteronomy; 2.2.2 Background of Research and Issues; 2.2.3 Exegesis of the Song; 2.2.4 Summary; 2.3 The Use of the Greater Song outside Deuteronomy; 2.4 Conclusion; Chapter 3. Deuteronomic Citation in the text of Hebrews. 3.1 Introduction3.2 Deuteronomic Quotations in Hebrews; 3.2.1 Heb 1:6 (Deut 32:43 LXX); 3.2.1.1 Heb 1:6 & Ps 96:7 LXX; 3.2.1.2 Heb 1:6 & Deut 32:43 LXX; 3.2.1.3 Heb 1:6 & Odes 2:43 LXX; 3.2.1.4 The Function of Deut 32:43 in Heb 1:6; 3.2.2 Heb 10:30a (Deut 32:35); 3.2.3 Heb 10:30b (Deut 32:36); 3.2.4 Heb 12:21 (Deut 9:19); 3.2.4.1 Heb 12:21 & Exod 3:1-6/Acts 7:32; 3.2.4.2 Heb 12:21 as Christian Exegesis; 3.2.4.3 Heb 12:21 & Deut 9:19; 3.2.5 Heb 12:29 (Deut 4:24/9:3); 3.2.6 Heb 13:5 (Deut 31:6); 3.3 Deuteronomic Strong Allusions in Hebrews; 3.3.1 Deut 32:15/Heb 3:12; 3.3.2 Deut 17:6/Heb 10:28. 3.3.3 Deut 1:10, 10:22, 28:62/Heb 11:123.3.4 Deut 8:5/Heb 12:7; 3.3.5 Deut 29:18b/Heb 12:15b; 3.3.6 Deut 4:11-12, 5:22-27/Heb 12:18-21; 3.4 Deuteronomic Echoes in Hebrews; 3.4.1 Deut 32:46, 4:9/Heb 2:1; 3.4.2 Deut 32:47/Heb 4:12; 3.4.3 Deut 32:4/Heb 10:23; 3.4.4 Deut 32:35b/Heb 10:25; 3.4.5 Deut 20:3/Heb 12:3; 3.4.6 Deut 29:18a/Heb 12:15a; 3.5 Deuteronomic Narrative Allusions in Hebrews; 3.5.1 Deut 33:2/Heb 2:2; 3.5.2 Deut 32:8/Heb 2:5; 3.5.3 Deut 1:38, 3:28, 31:7, 31:23/Heb 4:8; 3.6 Conclusion; Chapter 4. Thematic parallels between Hebrews and Deuteronomy; 4.1 Introduction --
berit/covenant. 4.1.1 Deuteronomy/Hebrews and Covenant Obligation4.1.2 Deuteronomy/Hebrews and the Centrality of Covenant; 4.1.3 Deuteronomy/Hebrews and the Notion of 'New Covenant'; 4.1.4 Conclusion; 4.2 Blessing/Cursing Imagery in Hebrews; 4.2.1 Heb 6:4-8; 4.2.2 Heb 12:16-17; 4.2.3 Heb 10:26-31; 4.2.4 Heb 2:1-4; 4.2.5 Heb 3:7-4:11; 4.2.6 Blessing & Cursing: Summary; 4.3 Deuteronomy/Hebrews and the Land; 4.3.1 Introduction: Deuteronomy and the Land; 4.3.2 Heb 3:7-4:11; 4.3.3 Other Appeals to Land Imagery; 4.3.4 Heb 11; Chapter 5. Homiletical Affinities between Hebrews and Deuteronomy; 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 The Rhetoric of Hebrews & Deuteronomy5.2.1 Hebrews as valedictory address; 5.2.2 Hebrews as Deuteronomic Valediction; 5.2.3 Case Study --
Heb 9:15-18; 5.2.4 Summary; 5.3. Then/Now Rhetoric in Hebrews & Deuteronomy; 5.3.1 Then/Now Rhetoric in Deuteronomy; 5.3.2 Then/Now Rhetoric in Hebrews; 5.4 The Journey towards a Threshold; 5.5 Conclusion; Chapter 6. Hebrews and Deuteronomic Re-presentation; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Deut 28-34 and Israel's history; 6.3 Hebrews and Deuteronomic Re-presentation; 6.3.1 Expansion or Rewriting of the Tradition; 6.3.2 Torah Status; 6.3.3 Re-presentation of Sinai.

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HauptbeschreibungDavid M. Allen examines the way in which Deuteronomy operates within the paraenetic sections of Hebrews, both at a micro-level (in terms of citation or allusion to the prior text) and at a macro-level (how broad Deuteronomic themes are treated within the discourse). There is extensive treatment of Deuteronomic quotations and echoes, particularly from the Song of Moses (Deut 32), as well as analysis of Hebrews' borrowing of Deuteronomy's covenantal blessing/cursing imagery. The author discusses the way in which Hebrews shares Deuteronomy's sermonic tone and paraenetic urgency.

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