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Israel's concept of the beginning : the theology of Genesis 1-3.

Author: Henricus Renckens
Publisher: [New York] : Herder and Herder, [1964]
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Renckens, Henricus.
Israel's concept of the beginning.
[New York] Herder and Herder [1964]
(OCoLC)613219890
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henricus Renckens
OCLC Number: 368700
Notes: "A series of articles which originally appeared in four successive volumes of Verbum (1950-1953)."
"Translated from Israels visie op het verleden.
Description: 320 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The "Biblical question" --
Biblical history --
Israel's sources --
From chaos to cosmos --
From Jahweh to Elohim --
The religious climate --
Creation --
The nearness of God --
Image of God --
Image of Elohim --
Introduction to Genesis 2-3 --
The origin of Genesis 2 ff. --
Biblical parallels of Genesis 2 ff. --
The Garden of Eden --
The Garden of Eden once more --
"As clay in my hand" --
The image of the garden --
The "earthly paradise" --
The part of the woman --
Man and woman --
"This is a great mystery" (Eph 5:32) --
Monogenism and original sin --
The origin of the monogenistic idea --
Flesh or Spirit --
The sexual stuff under the hammer --
The judgment --
The proto-gospel (Gn 3:15).
Other Titles: Israels visie op het verleden

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