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An inner-biblical exegetical study of the Davidic covenant and the dynastic oracle

Author: Griphus Gakuru
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Mellen Press, ©2000.
Series: Mellen Biblical Press series, v. 58.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: David, King of Israel.; David, roi d'Israël.; David, King of Israel.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Griphus Gakuru
ISBN: 0773477438 9780773477438 077342430X 9780773424302
OCLC Number: 43885818
Description: xx, 275 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
The problem --
Survey of recent scholarship on the Davidic covenant --
The aim of this study --
The methods --
The procedure --
2. The concepts of covenant, kingship and dynasty in the ancient Near East and ancient Israel --
The concept of b'rit in the Old Testament --
The concepts of kingship and dynasty in Israel --
3. Determining the traditum: the genre, origin and literary growth of 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
The original dynastic oracle in 2 Sam 7 --
The literary form, structure and content of the original dynastic oracle --
Form-criticism of 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
Neo-Assyrian oracles of salvation and 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
The meaning of the original oracle in 2 Sam 7 --
The pre-deuteronomistic traditio of the dynastic oracle of salvation in 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
Conclusion --
4. The interpretation of the dynastic promise in 2 Sam 7:1-17 in the 'Synoptic texts' --
Introduction --
2 Sam 23:1-7 and 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
Psalm 132 and 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
Psalm 89 and 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
Conclusion --
5. The deuteronomistic reinterpretation of the dynastic oracle --
The Deuteronomists' attitude towards kingship in general --
The Deuteronomists' interpretation of the dynastic promise in 2 Sam 7:1-17 --
The Deuteronomists' interpretation of the dynastic promise in other related passages of the Deuteronomistic history --
Conclusion --
6. The dynastic promise in the classical prophets --
Introduction --
The dynastic promise in the pre-exilic prophets --
The exile and post-exilic prophets --
Conclusion --
7. The Chronicler and the dynastic promise --
Introduction --
The purpose of the Chronicler --
The Chronicler and the dynastic oracle --
Conclusion --
8. Conclusions and implications for further study.
Series Title: Mellen Biblical Press series, v. 58.
Responsibility: Griphus Gakuru.

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