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Hidden polemics in biblical narrative

Autor: Yaira Amit
Editorial: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2000.
Serie: Biblical interpretation series, v. 25.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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In a fascinating expose of the sub-text of the Bible, this book shows that covert polemics is a significant feature of biblical writing on various contentious issues, such as cultic locations (Beth  Leer más

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Género/Forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Yaira Amit
ISBN: 9004101535 9789004101531
Número OCLC: 43441912
Descripción: xii, 286 pages ; 25 cm.
Contenido: Part One: Polemics --
explicit and implicit --
1. The Bible as polemical literature --
What is a polemical text? --
The absence of systematic discussion --
In praise of editing --
Polemics and narrative --
2. Explicit and implicit polemics --
Explicit language in biblical formulation --
An explicit position from a reliable source --
What is the difference between explicit and implicit polemic? --
Selected examples of explicit and implicit polemics --
Summary Part Two: Hidden polemics --
Introduction --
What is a hidden polemic? --
Criteria --
List of considerations and their testing --
Who needs hidden polemics? --
1. The cultic center of Dan and Bochim as hidden polemic --
The story of the conquest of Dan and the establishment of its temple --
Are Bochim and Bethel the same? --
Summary --
2. Is Jerusalem also an issue for polemic? --
Jerusalem as a focus of explicit polemic --
Jerusalem at the center of a hidden polemic in the Torah --
Conclusion --
3. Criticism of Saul's kingdom --
a formula for character assassination --
Background of the polemic --
Polemic against Saul in the Book of Samuel --
Hidden polemic in the incident of the concubine in Gibeah --
4. The hidden polemic over those "who dwell in Samaria" --
Polemic in Genesis 34 --
A hidden polemic in the Book of Chronicles Part Three: Seemingly hidden polemics --
1. The seventh day (Gen. 2:1-3) --
The seventh day is the Sabbath --
Historical reflection on the place of the Sabbath --
The victory of the holiness school position --
2. The test in the frame story of Job --
Despite the silence, the test is at the center --
On the purpose of the test and its implications in the story of Job --
What is the advantage of a seemingly hidden polemic? --
The test as polemic --
Epilogue.
Título de la serie: Biblical interpretation series, v. 25.
Responsabilidad: by Yairah Amit ; translated from the Hebrew by Jonathan Chipman.

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