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The changing face of form criticism for the twenty-first century / edited by Marvin A. Sweeney and Ehud Ben Zvi.

Contributor(s): Sweeney, Marvin A. (Marvin Alan), 1953- | Ben Zvi, Ehud, 1951-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : W.B. Eerdmans, (c)2003. Description: vii, 350 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0802860672; 9780802860675Subject(s): Bible -- Criticism, FormLOC classification: BS521.5.C436 2003Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction Marvin A. Sweeney and Ehud Ben Zvi part 1. Theoretical reflection. Form criticism's future Antony F. Campbell Formgeschichte-- a misleading category? : some critical remarks Erhard Blum Recent form criticism revisited in an age of reader response Roy F. Melugin Form criticism, wisdom, and Psalms 111-112 Raymond C. Van Leeuwen Form criticism in dialogue with other criticisms : building the multidimensional structures of texts and concepts Hyun Chul Paul Kim part 2. The Bible and ancient Near Eastern literature. Inscriptional evidence an the question of genre Martin Rosel Fear not : a study on an ancient Near Eastern phrase Martti Nissinen Ezekiel saw what he said he saw : genres, forms, and the vision of Ezekiel I Margaret S. Odell Israelite genres in their ancient Near Eastern context Tremper Longman III --
pt. 3. Narrative literature. Kaleidoscopic patterns and the shaping of experience Sue Boorer The exclusion of Moses from the Promised Land : a conceptual approach Won Lee The form-critical problem of the so-called Deuteronomistic history Thomas Romer Nehemiah 9 and the problematic concept of context (Sitz im Leben) / Bob Becking part 4. Prophetic literature. The basic forms of prophetic literature David L. Petersen The prophetic book : a key form of prophetic literature Ehud Ben Zvi Basic trends in the form-critical study of prophetic texts Michael H. Floyd Toward form criticism as an explication of human life : divine speech as a form of self-transcendence Martin J. Buss Rhetorical criticism and beyond in Second Isaiah Patricia K. Tull Zechariah's debate with Isaiah Marvin A. Sweeney.
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Introduction Marvin A. Sweeney and Ehud Ben Zvi part 1. Theoretical reflection. Form criticism's future Antony F. Campbell Formgeschichte-- a misleading category? : some critical remarks Erhard Blum Recent form criticism revisited in an age of reader response Roy F. Melugin Form criticism, wisdom, and Psalms 111-112 Raymond C. Van Leeuwen Form criticism in dialogue with other criticisms : building the multidimensional structures of texts and concepts Hyun Chul Paul Kim part 2. The Bible and ancient Near Eastern literature. Inscriptional evidence an the question of genre Martin Rosel Fear not : a study on an ancient Near Eastern phrase Martti Nissinen Ezekiel saw what he said he saw : genres, forms, and the vision of Ezekiel I Margaret S. Odell Israelite genres in their ancient Near Eastern context Tremper Longman III --

pt. 3. Narrative literature. Kaleidoscopic patterns and the shaping of experience Sue Boorer The exclusion of Moses from the Promised Land : a conceptual approach Won Lee The form-critical problem of the so-called Deuteronomistic history Thomas Romer Nehemiah 9 and the problematic concept of context (Sitz im Leben) / Bob Becking part 4. Prophetic literature. The basic forms of prophetic literature David L. Petersen The prophetic book : a key form of prophetic literature Ehud Ben Zvi Basic trends in the form-critical study of prophetic texts Michael H. Floyd Toward form criticism as an explication of human life : divine speech as a form of self-transcendence Martin J. Buss Rhetorical criticism and beyond in Second Isaiah Patricia K. Tull Zechariah's debate with Isaiah Marvin A. Sweeney.

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