Creation in Jewish and Christian Tradition (JSOT Supplement by Henning Graf Reventlow, Yair Hoffman PDF

By Henning Graf Reventlow, Yair Hoffman

ISBN-10: 1841271624

ISBN-13: 9781841271620

Jewish and Christian views on production within the Bible, with modern theological, philosophical and political concerns raised by means of the biblical-Jewish-Christian recommendations of production. this can be the 5th quantity produced by way of the Bochum-Tel Aviv seminar that explores numerous biblical and comparable topics from Jewish and Christian views. Fourteen papers discover the thought of production within the Bible and in Jewish and Christian theology. The very wide variety of views on construction comprise the Genesis bills (Polak, Hoffman, Greenstein), construction within the Deuteronomistic historical past (Thiel), in Deutero-Isaiah (Polliack), Paul (Nebe) and Revelation (Toenges), with a evaluation of production in biblical theology by means of Reventlow. old Egyptian techniques (Hasenfratz) and Israelite faith (Gruenwald) and the Qumran literature (Nitzan) also are lined. a last workforce of essays considers the 'unsolved challenge' or windfall in construction (Link), the discussion among theology and usual sciences (Grab) and the idea that of construction on this planet Council of church buildings' initiative on Justice, Peace and the Integrity of construction.

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89. The expression is found in Amos. 4; Ps. 7; Isa. 10; the phrase occurs in Isa. 18 (all poetic sections). The particular character of this verse has already been recognized by Dillmann, Genesis, p. 144. For a comparison with the epic of Atramhasls see M. Weinfeld, 'Gen. 1-2 against the Background of the Ancient Near Eastern Tradition', WO 9 (1977), pp. 242-48. 90. In Jub. E. Loewenstamm's discussion of the vestiges of parallelism in Gen. 2b: 'The Flood', in Comparative Studies, pp. 93-121, esp.

Pp. 179-80. 54. Hrushovsky ('Prosody', cols. so that no single element, meaning, syntax, stress, may be considered as completely dominant or as purely concomitant'. 55 (2) Semantic-rhythmic congruity, for example, Deut. 1 "s -io» ri«n Datim In this verse the similarity relates to semantic content ('listen' versus 'hear', 'heaven' versus 'earth', and 'let me speak' versus 'the words of my mouth') but not to syntactic structure: 'the words of my mouth' is object, whereas 'let me speak' forms an independent clause; 'heaven' i is vocative with the imperative 'listen', as against 'the earth' which serves as subject to the jussive In these two categories the balancing of the clauses is obvious, even though their correspondence is less outspoken than when all three planes are involved.

1 and any biblical passage could be satisfactorily proved unless the six days pattern is found. See Tarbiz 36 (1968), pp. 105-32. D. Levenson, Creation and the Persistence of Evil (San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1988), pp. 53-77. 38 Creation in Jewish and Christian Tradition well as citations between the Pentateuch and the Prophets and the Writings are also well recognized, for example, the Ten Commandments in Exod. 20 and Deut. 5; Deut. 24; 45 and (respectively) Num. 45; Num. 27-29 and Jer. 45-46; Deut.

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