Studies in Isaiah : history, theology and reception (Book, 2017) []
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Studies in Isaiah : history, theology and reception

Studies in Isaiah : history, theology and reception

Author: Tommy Wasserman; Greger Andersson; David Willgren
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017
Series: Library of Hebrew bible. Old Testament studies, 654.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Jesaja, Prophet
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tommy Wasserman; Greger Andersson; David Willgren
ISBN: 9780567667175 0567667170
OCLC Number: 974570906
Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
Description: pages cm.
Contents: PrefaceGreger Andersson, OErebro School of Theology, Sweden, Tommy Wasserman, OErebro School of Theology, Sweden and David Willgren, Lund University, Sweden 1. The Theory of a Josianic Edition of the First Part of the Book of Isaiah: A Critical Examination Hugh Williamson, Oxford University, UK 2. Understanding Zion Theology in the Book of IsaiahAntti Laato, Abo Academy, Finland 3. The Temple of God and Crises in Isaiah 56-66 and 1 EnochStefan Green, Abo Academy, Finland 4. Divine Election in the Book of IsaiahHallvard Hagelia, Ansgar Teologiske Hogskole, Norway5. Antwort Gottes: Isaiah 40-55 and the Transformation of PsalmodyDavid Willgren, Lund University, Sweden6. From Indo-European Dragon-Slaying to Isa 27:1: Exploring the Longue DureeOla Wikander, Lund University, Sweden 7. Paul: An Isaianic Prophet? Karl Olav Sandnes, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Norway8. Vocalization and Interpretation in Isaiah 56-66: Weyiktol or Wayyiktol in Isaiah 63:1-6 as a Case of Early Jewish Interpretation Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, University of Aberdeen, UK9. Some Interpretive Experiences with Isaiah in Africa, Knut Holter, MHS School of Mission and Theology, NorwayBibliographyIndex
Series Title: Library of Hebrew bible. Old Testament studies, 654.
Responsibility: edited by Tommy Wasserman, Greger Andersson and David Willgren.


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The volume will best serve as a resource for those employing redaction- and reception-oriented approaches to the prophetic tradition. * Religious Studies Review *

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