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Who shall ascend the mountain of the Lord? : a biblical theology of the Book of Leviticus

Author: L Michael Morales
Publisher: Downers Grove, Illinois : Apollos/ InterVarsity Press, 2015. ©2015
Series: New studies in biblical theology (InterVarsity Press), 37.
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Morales, L. Michael.
Who shall ascend the mountain of the Lord?
[Nottingham, England] : Apollos ; Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, 2015
(DLC) 2015037779
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: L Michael Morales
ISBN: 9780830899869 0830899863
OCLC Number: 922799644
Description: 1 online resource (349 pages)
Contents: Cover; Short Title Page; Title Page; Contents; Copyright Page; Series preface; Author's preface; Abbreviations; Prologue: The glory of God's house: the lampstand and the table of the Presence; Chapter One: Leviticus within the Pentateuch: a theological structure; Introduction; The structure of the Pentateuch; The centre of the Pentateuch: Leviticus; The centre of Leviticus: day of Atonement; A sacred journey to YHWH's abode; Conclusion; Chapter Two: Longing for Eden: Genesis, the narrative context of Leviticus; Created to dwell in God's house: the Pentateuch's prologue. God's house: parallels between the cosmos and the tabernacleThe Sabbath day: humanity's chief end; Deepening exile from the presence of God: the Pentateuch's plot; The primeval age, from Eden to Babylonian exile: Genesis 2 --
11; Eden, mountain of God in the beginning; Exiled from Eden; Further east of Eden; The waters of chaos; Ararat, mountain of God at the new beginning; Ziggurat of Babylon, city of man as mountain of God; Excursus: cultic theology in the primeval history; The patriarchal history, from Canaan to Egyptian exile: Genesis 12 --
50. Chapter Three: Returning to Eden: Exodus, the narrative context of LeviticusRedeemed through the waters: Exod. 1:1 --
15:21; Redemption and the knowledge of YHWH; Redeemed by the blood of the Lamb; The goal of redemption; Deliverance for the sake of worship; The song at the sea; Cosmogonic pattern; Brought to the mountain of God: Exod. 15:22 --
24:18; Sinai, mountain of God in the wilderness, at Israel's beginning; Who shall ascend the mountain of YHWH?; Moses the mediator; Tabernacle, life with God: Exod. 25 --
40; Constructing the house of God; The tabernacle as cultic mountain of God. The tabernacle as a return to EdenThe tabernacle as heart of the covenant; Conclusion; A crisis introduced; Chapter Four: Approaching the house of God: the dramatic movement of Leviticus 1 --
10; Introduction; The narrative drama from Leviticus 1 to 10; Understanding the sacrificial cultus (Lev. 1 --
8); The order and theology of sacrifice; The cultic journey: ascent into the presence of God; The presentation rite; The hand-leaning rite; The slaughter rite; The blood-manipulation rite; The burning rite; The communion rite; The benediction; Conclusion; The daily service. Another crisis introducedChapter Five: Cleansing the house of God: the dramatic movement of Leviticus 11 --
16; Introduction; The narrative drama from Leviticus 11 to 16; Summary; Understanding the laws on clean and unclean (Lev. 11 --
15); Life and death; God's holiness and sin's pollution; Israel and the nations; Clean and unclean within the cultic system; Leviticus 16: the Day of Atonement; Cleansing God's house; Approaching the divine presence; Entering Eden; Tabernacle as cultic mountain of God; High priest as cultic Adam; The gate liturgy: Day of Atonement as garden of Eden entry.
Series Title: New studies in biblical theology (InterVarsity Press), 37.
Responsibility: L. Michael Morales.

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