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Essays on the comparative method / edited by Carl D. Evans, William W. Hallo, John B. White. [print]

Contributor(s): Evans, Carl D | Hallo, William W | White, John Bradley, 1947-Material type: TextTextSeries: Pittsburgh theological monograph series ; no. 34 | Scripture in context ; [1..Publication details: Pittsburgh : Pickwick Press, [(c)1980. Description: xiv, 328 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0915138433; 9780915138432Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible. Old Testament -- Comparative studies | Religion | Middle East -- ReligionLOC classification: BS1171.2.E873 1980BS1171.2.W585.E873 1980COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Hallo, W. W. Biblical history in its Near Eastern setting.--Millar, W. R. Oral poetry and Dumuzi's Dream.--Andreasen, N. E. A. Genesis 14 in its Near Eastern context.--Savage, M. Literary criticism and Biblical studies: a rhetorical analysis of the Joseph narrative.--Schmitt, J. J. Pre-Israelite Jerusalem.--Saint-Laurent, G. E. Light from Ras Shamra on Elijah's ordeal upon Mount Carmel.--Polley, M. E. Hebrew prophecy within the Council of Jahweh, examined in its ancient Near Eastern setting.--Evans, C. D. Judah's foreign policy from Hezekiah to Josiah.--White, J. B. Universalization of history in Deutero-Isaiah.--Davison, J. M. The oikoumene in ferment: a cross-cultural study of the sixth century.--Schultz, C. The political tensions reflected in Ezra-Nehemiah.--Thomas, J. D. Jewish apocalyptic and the comparative method.--Jones, B. W. Antiochus Epiphanes and the persecution of the Jews.
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Originally presented at a seminar held at Yale University, summer of 1978.

Hallo, W. W. Biblical history in its Near Eastern setting.--Millar, W. R. Oral poetry and Dumuzi's Dream.--Andreasen, N. E. A. Genesis 14 in its Near Eastern context.--Savage, M. Literary criticism and Biblical studies: a rhetorical analysis of the Joseph narrative.--Schmitt, J. J. Pre-Israelite Jerusalem.--Saint-Laurent, G. E. Light from Ras Shamra on Elijah's ordeal upon Mount Carmel.--Polley, M. E. Hebrew prophecy within the Council of Jahweh, examined in its ancient Near Eastern setting.--Evans, C. D. Judah's foreign policy from Hezekiah to Josiah.--White, J. B. Universalization of history in Deutero-Isaiah.--Davison, J. M. The oikoumene in ferment: a cross-cultural study of the sixth century.--Schultz, C. The political tensions reflected in Ezra-Nehemiah.--Thomas, J. D. Jewish apocalyptic and the comparative method.--Jones, B. W. Antiochus Epiphanes and the persecution of the Jews.

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