Old Testament Theology / Horst Dietrich Preuss. [print]Material type: TextLanguage: English Summary language: German Series: Old Testament libraryPublication details: Louisville, Kentucky : Westminster John Knox Press, (c)1995-1996.Description: 2 volumes ; 23 cmContent type:
- Theologie des Alten Testaments. English
- BS1192.5.O438 1995
- BS1192.5.P943.O438 1995
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Vol. 1: Introduction: Setting the stage: the history, methodology, and structure of a "theology of the Old Testament" ; pt. 1: Laying the foundation An overview of the Old Testament's statements about election The election and obligation of the people pt. 2: Yahweh as the subject of the historical acts of election The God who elects: his names and titles. His acts and his powers of activity. Statements about his "nature". ; The world of God and the world distant from God Vol. 2: part 3: The consequences of and further thinking about primal election: additional objects of the historical, electing acts of YHWH The narratives about the ancestors Kingship and Messianic hope The temple and the city of God (the so-called Zion tradition) ; Priests and Levites The prophets part 4: The results and consequences of election experienced in history The Israelite and his relationship to God (anthropology) ; The life of the elect (foundational questions for ethics and ethos) ; The worship of Israel (cult) ; The future of the people of God (expectations concerning the future, eschatology, apocalyptic) ; The chosen people of God and the nations.
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