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Sedaqa and Torah in Postexilic Discourse

Author: Susanne Gillmayr-Bucher; Maria Häusl
Publisher: London Bloomsbury Publishing PLC 2017
Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies, v. 640
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Maria Häusl -- Part I -- Ṣedaqa and Torah in the Pentateuch, the Books of Ezra and Nehemiah and the Book of Isaiah -- Ṣedaqa and the Community of the Scribes in Postexilic Deuteronomy: A Didactical Perspective -- Kåre Berge -- How Torah, Ṣedaqa and Prejudice Mapped the Contours of Biblical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Susanne Gillmayr-Bucher; Maria Häusl
ISBN: 9780567673565 0567673561 9780567673558 0567673553
OCLC Number: 1021205539
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (193 Seiten)
Contents: PrefaceList of contributorsList of AbbreviationsIntroduction, Maria HauslPart One Torah and Sedaqa in the Pentateuch, the Books of Ezra and Nehemiah and the Book of Isaiah1. Sedaqa and the Community of the Scribes in Post-Exilic Deuteronomy: A Didactical Perspective -- Kare Berge, NLA University College, Norway2. How Torah, Sedaqa, and Prejudice Mapped the Contours of Biblical Restoration -- Jeremiah Cataldo, Grand Valley State University, USA3. Searching Forces of Group Cohesion in the Books of Nehemiah and Isaiah --Maria Hausl, University of Dresden, Germany4. The Role and Function of Sedaqa and Torah in the Introduction to the Book of Isaiah (1:1-2:5) -- Alphonso Groenewald, University of Pretoria, South Africa5. Keep Justice! (Is 56:1) - Thoughts regarding the Concept and Redaction History of a Universal Understanding of Sedaqa -- Judith Gaertner, University of Rostock, GermanyPart Two Sedaqa and Torah linked with other concepts: Holiness, Purity/Impurity and Faith6. Purity/Impurity: Identity Marker and Boundary Maintenance in Postexilic Discourse -- Marianne Grohmann, University of Vienna, Austria7. Ideas of the Holy. Sedaqa and Torah within a Cultic/Religious System -- Dolores Kamrada, Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Hungary8. How is Justice Referred to Faith? Some Reflections on the Hellenistic Jewish tradition of the Reciprocal Relationship Between Obedience to Torah and Righteousness and their Reception in the New Testament with Special Focus on the Letter to the Romans. -- Christina Tuor, University of Basel, Switzerland9. Ex 4:24-26 - The Genesis of the 'Torah' of Circumcision in Post-Exilic and Rabbinic Discourses -- Michaela Bauks, University of Koblenz, GermanyIndex of ReferencesIndex of Authors
Series Title: The Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies, v. 640

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Cover -- Title -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Maria Häusl -- Part I -- Ṣedaqa and Torah in the Pentateuch, the Books of Ezra and Nehemiah and the Book of Isaiah -- Ṣedaqa and the Community of the Scribes in Postexilic Deuteronomy: A Didactical Perspective -- Kåre Berge -- How Torah, Ṣedaqa and Prejudice Mapped the Contours of Biblical Restoration -- Jeremiah W. Cataldo -- Searching for Forces of Group Cohesion in the Books of Nehemiah and Isaiah -- Maria Häusl -- The Role and Function of Ṣedaqa and Torah in the Introduction to the Book of Isaiah (1.1-2.5) -- Alphonso Groenewald -- 'Keep Justice!' (Isaiah 56.1): Thoughts Regarding the Concept and Redaction History of a Universal Understanding of Ṣedaqa -- Judith Gärtner -- Part II -- Ṣedaqa and Torah Linked with Other Concepts: Holiness, Purity/Impurity and Faith -- Purity/Impurity: Identity Marker and Boundary Maintenance in Postexilic Discourse -- Marianne Grohmann -- Ideas of the Holy: Ṣedaqa and Torah within a Cultic/Religious System -- Dolores G. Kamrada -- How Is Justice Referred to in Faith? Some Reflections on the Hellenistic Jewish Tradition of the Reciprocal Relationship between Obedience to Torah and Righteousness and Their Reception in the New Testament with Special Focus on the Letter to the Romans -- Christina Tuor-Kurth -- Exodus 4.24-26 - The Genesis of the 'Torah' of Circumcision in Postexilic and Rabbinic Discourses -- Michaela Bauks -- Index of References -- Index of Authors

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