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Mother Zion in Deutero-Isaiah : a Metaphor for Zion Theology.

Author: Maggie Low
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang Publishing Inc., 2013.
Series: Studies in biblical literature, v. 155.
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Mother Zion in Deutero-Isaiah: A Metaphor for Zion Theology offers the unique perspective that personified mother Zion in Deutero-Isaiah is not just a metaphor used for a rhetorical purpose but a cognitive metaphor representing Zion theology, a central theme in the Book of Isaiah. The author deftly combines the methods of metaphor theory and intertextuality to explain the vital but often overlooked conundrum that  Read more...
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Low, Maggie.
Mother Zion in Deutero-Isaiah : A Metaphor for Zion Theology.
New York : Peter Lang Publishing Inc., ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Maggie Low
ISBN: 9781453911686 1453911685 9781433121579 1433121573 1306559510 9781306559515
OCLC Number: 870949998
Description: 1 online resource (241 pages).
Contents: Cover; Editor's Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Contents; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE: METHODS; I. METAPHOR THEORY; A. DEVELOPMENT OF METAPHOR THEORY; B. REVIEW OF METAPHOR THEORY IN BIBLICAL STUDIES; C. APPLICATION OF METAPHOR THEORY IN THIS STUDY; II. INTERTEXTUALITY; A. THE THEORY; B. REVIEW OF METHODS; C. INTERTEXTUALITY OF DI; CHAPTER TWO: ZION THEOLOGY IN DEUTERO-ISAIAH; I. ZION IN DI AND PI; A. THE ZION TRADITION; B. SYNCHRONIC STUDIES OF THE BOOK OF ISAIAH; C. REDACTION THEORIES OF THE BOOK OF ISAIAH; D. SUPPLEMENTARY THEORIES OF THE BOOK OF ISAIAH. Ii. zion theology and personified zion in dia. zion as the holy city; b. yhwh as creator; c. yhwh as defender; chapter three: a survey of personified zion: people or place?; i. ancient near eastern context; ii. personified zion in the prophetic tradition; a. zion/jerusalem as the people --
jeremiah and ezekiel; b. zion as the city and the people --
lamentations; c. zion as the city --
pi and di; summary; chapter four: mother zion's innocence; i. isaiah 50:1-3 mother zion's separation; a. translation; b. the unit: form structure, and context; c. issues of zion's innocence. II. ISAIAH 49:14-26 MOTHER ZION'S COMPLAINTA. TRANSLATION; B. THE UNIT: FORM, STRUCTURE, AND CONTEXT; C. ISSUES OF ZION'S INNOCENCE; III. ISAIAH 51:17-52:2 MOTHER ZION'S CUP OF WRATH; A. TRANSLATION; B. THE UNIT: FORM, STRUCTURE, AND CONTEXT; C. THE CUP OF WRATH; IV. ISAIAH 54:1-10 ZION --
SINFUL OR SUFFERING WIFE?; A. Translation; B. THE UNIT: FORM, STRUCTURE, AND CONTEXT; C. ISSUES OF GUILT; SUMMARY; CHAPTER FIVE: THE BIRTH OF ZION'S CHILDREN; I. ISAIAH 49:14-26 WHO HAS BORNE FOR METHESE?; A. ISA 49:21 THE ONE WHO BORE; B. ISA 49:15 THE ONE WHO WILL NOT FORGET. II. ISAIAH 42:10-17 LIKE A WOMAN IN LABORA. TRANSLATION; B. THE UNIT: FORM, STRUCTURE, CONTEXT; C. ISSUES ABOUT BIRTH; III. ISAIAH 46:1-7 CARRIED FROM THE WOMB; A. TRANSLATION; B. THE UNIT: FORM, STRUCTURE, AND CONTEXT; C. ISSUES ABOUT PREGNANCY; VI. ISAIAH 54:1 SING, O BARREN ONE WHO DID NOT BEAR; A. THE READING THAT ZION GIVES BIRTH; B. THE READING THAT ZION DOES NOT GIVE BIRTH; EXCURSUS on ISA 45:9-13 "With What Are You In Labor?"; SUMMARY; CHAPTER SIX: ZION'S NATIONALISM; ASSESSMENT OF SCHOLARSHIP; I. ISAIAH 45:14-17 EGYPT, ETHIOPIA, AND SABEANS IN CHAINS; A. TRANSLATION. B. THE UNIT: FORM, STRUCTURE, CONTEXTC. THE ISSUES: NATIONS SUBJUGATED TO ZION; II. ISAIAH 49:22-26 I WILL LIFT MY HAND TO THE NATIONS; III. ISAIAH 51:21-52:2 THE UNCIRCUMCISED AND UNCLEAN; IV. ISAIAH 54:3 YOU WILL DISPOSSESS NATIONS; SUMMARY; CHAPTER SEVEN: CONCLUSION; I. SUMMARY; II. IMPLICATIONS; A. HISTORICAL IMPLICATIONS --
For Real Mothers; B. THEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS --
For Metaphorical Mothers; C. HERMENEUTICAL IMPLICATIONS --
For Other Mothers; CONCLUSION; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SCRIPTURE INDEX.
Series Title: Studies in biblical literature, v. 155.
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