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The Hezekiah/Sennacherib chronology probelm reconsidered / by Gordon Franz. [print]

By: Franz, Gordon [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: 1987. Description: ii, 66 leaves ; 29 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions -- Dissertations | Bible. Old Testament | Middle East -- Palestine | Middle East -- Jerusalem | JewsLOC classification: BV4070.F837.H494 1987BV4070.C68.F837.H494 1987COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The Significance of this Study The Introduction to the Problem The Purpose of this Thesis The Plan of this Thesis.
The History and Proponants of the Theory - Tirhakah A "Rejoined" Assyrian Text Hydraulic Engineering The Redated Tirhakah Inscription Summary.
Introduction Problems With This Theory Chronology Order of Events The Tribute Merodach-Baladan II Summary.
Reconsidering the Data The Beginning of the Reign of King Hezekiah The "Fourteenth Year" ; Merodach-Baladan II The Revolt and Tribute The Archaeological Evidence for Two Campaigns Shebna and Eliakim The Year 701 BC The Third Campaign The Literary Justification for the Reconstruction Isaiah 36 and the 701 BC Campaign II Chronicles 32 The Babylonian Visit and the Order of Isaiah Summary.
Review The Challenge of the Thesis The Divine Purpose of the Two Campaigns.
Dissertation note: Thesis M.A. Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, South Carolina 1987.
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Thesis M.A. Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, South Carolina 1987.

Chapter I. Introduction

The Significance of this Study The Introduction to the Problem The Purpose of this Thesis The Plan of this Thesis.

Chapter II. The Two Campaign Theory

The History and Proponants of the Theory - Tirhakah A "Rejoined" Assyrian Text Hydraulic Engineering The Redated Tirhakah Inscription Summary.

Chapter III. The One-Campaign Theory

Introduction Problems With This Theory Chronology Order of Events The Tribute Merodach-Baladan II Summary.

Chapter IV. A New Proposal

Reconsidering the Data The Beginning of the Reign of King Hezekiah The "Fourteenth Year" ; Merodach-Baladan II The Revolt and Tribute The Archaeological Evidence for Two Campaigns Shebna and Eliakim The Year 701 BC The Third Campaign The Literary Justification for the Reconstruction Isaiah 36 and the 701 BC Campaign II Chronicles 32 The Babylonian Visit and the Order of Isaiah Summary.

Chapter V. Conclusions

Review The Challenge of the Thesis The Divine Purpose of the Two Campaigns.

Chapter Virgin Islands Appendix I: The Chronology of Isaiah 1-39

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