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Studies in the Bible and Jewish Thought (Hardcover, New): Moshe Greenberg Studies in the Bible and Jewish Thought (Hardcover, New)
Moshe Greenberg
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With this selection of his essays and studies, Moshe Greenberg joins JPS's Scholars of Distinction. One of the world's foremost Bible experts, Dr. Greenberg's viewpoint has been shaped by the study of the ancient Near Eastern context of biblical Israel and the history of the interpretation of the Bible from its earliest translations until today. He regards the text with admiration for its enduring power, for the features that set it apart from the literatures of surrounding cultures, and for the riches discovered in it through the ages by "faith-full" interpreters. For Dr. Greenberg, the Jewish Bible scholar is, ultimately, charged with the task of identifying and explaining the impact that Hebrew scriptures have had on humanity in general and on Judaism in particular. These essays, composed during a period of some forty-five years, are presented essentially in their original form, many with newly added notes by the author; some of the essays have never before been published.

Parables in Midrash - Narrative and Exegesis in Rabbinic Literature (Paperback, New Ed): David Stern Parables in Midrash - Narrative and Exegesis in Rabbinic Literature (Paperback, New Ed)
David Stern
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David Stern shows how the parable or mashal - the most distinctive type of narrative in midrash - was composed, how its symbolism works, and how it serves to convey the ideological convictions of the rabbis. He describes its relation to similar tales in other literatures, including the parables of Jesus in the New Testament and kabbalistic parables. Through its innovative approach to midrash, this study reaches far beyond its particular subject, and should appeal to all readers interested in narrative and religion.

Epistles of Maimonides - Crisis and Leadership (Paperback, 1st pbk. ed): Abraham S. Halkin Epistles of Maimonides - Crisis and Leadership (Paperback, 1st pbk. ed)
Abraham S. Halkin
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Maimonides, best known as the great codifier of Jewish law and philosophic master of Jewish and medieval thought, is largely unappreciated for his role as a statesman and leader. Too little attention is devoted to texts that reveal Maimonides' empathic involvement with the community. This volume shows Maimonides as he led the Jewish people through an age of crisis; the epistles contained herein represent the philosopher's response to three critical issues of his day: religious persecution, the claims of Christianity and Islam, and rational philosophy's challenge to faith.

Countertraditions in the Bible - A Feminist Approach (Paperback, Revised): Ilana Pardes Countertraditions in the Bible - A Feminist Approach (Paperback, Revised)
Ilana Pardes
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In this eye-opening book, llana Pardes explores the tense dialogue between dominant patriarchal discourses of the Bible and counter female voices. Pardes studies women's plots and subplots, dreams and pursuits, uncovering the diverse and at times conflicting figurations of femininity in biblical texts. She also sketches the ways in which antipatriarchal elements intermingle with other repressed elements in the Bible: polytheistic traditions, skeptical voices, and erotic longings.

Assertive Biblical Women (Hardcover, New): William E. Phipps Assertive Biblical Women (Hardcover, New)
William E. Phipps
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Most of the women described in this study were atypical biblical women. Israelite women, like women in most cultures of the world, had status principally within the home. However, exceptional women occasionally had prominent roles outside the home and dared to assert themselves. The chapters contain biographical sketches, with comparisons to contemporary women's roles, of two dozen women. Beginning with Sarah of Ur and ending with Priscilla of Rome, their lives range over an era of nearly two millennia.

These women were, at crucial times, sagacious in decision making and skillful in executing their decisions. They made such a distinctive mark on the events of their time to be remembered by subsequent generations as more than breeders of male heirs. Each woman's story relates how a dynamic woman was able to swim against the strong currents of patriarchy. To make explicit the relevancy of this study, the brief biographies are related to such current feminist issues as surrogate parenting, gender stereotyping, and civil disobedience over unequal treatment by governments.

Essential Papers on Israel and the Ancient Near East (Paperback): Frederick E. Greenspahn Essential Papers on Israel and the Ancient Near East (Paperback)
Frederick E. Greenspahn
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Over the past century, archaeologists' discovery of numerous documents from the ancient Near East, such as Hammurabi's Code and the Babylonian flood story, have fueled an ongoing debate as to the Hebrew Bible's relationship with the world from which it emerged. The Bible's own view, that Israel ("a people that dwells apart") was radically different from her environment, is belied by its repeated concern with the Israelites' vulnerability to the attractions of their world. Meanwhile, modern scholarship has demonstrated a remarkable array of similarities between Israeli's culture and that of the surrounding countries. The contributors include H.W.F. Saggs, Morton Smith, Moshe Weinfeld, William L.Moran, Volkmar Fritz, Ernest Wurthwein, Abraham Malamar, Charles Fensham, Shalom Spiegel, W.C. Gwaltney, H.Gazelles, Yigael Yadin, William W.Hallo, Moshe Greenberg, J.J.Finkelstein, Shemaryahu Talmon and Peter Machinist.

Sufi Hermeneutics - The Qur'an Commentary of Rashid Al-Din Maybudi (Paperback): Annabel Keeler Sufi Hermeneutics - The Qur'an Commentary of Rashid Al-Din Maybudi (Paperback)
Annabel Keeler
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Members of His Body - Shakespeare, Paul, and a Theology of Nonmonogamy (Paperback): Will Stockton Members of His Body - Shakespeare, Paul, and a Theology of Nonmonogamy (Paperback)
Will Stockton
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Building on scholarship regarding both biblical and early modern sexualities, Members of His Body protests the Christian defense of marital monogamy. According to the Paul who authors 1 Corinthians, believers would do well to remain single and focus instead on the messiah's return. According to the Paul who authors Ephesians, plural marriage is the telos of Christian community. Turning to Shakespeare, Will Stockton shows how marriage functions in The Comedy of Errors, The Merchant of Venice, Othello, and The Winter's Tale as a contested vehicle of Christian embodiment. Juxtaposing the marital theologies of the different Pauls and their later interpreters, Stockton reveals how these plays explore the racial, religious, and gender criteria for marital membership in the body of Christ. These plays further suggest that marital jealousy and paranoia about adultery result in part from a Christian theology of shared embodiment: the communion of believers in Christ. In the wake of recent arguments that expanding marriage rights to gay people will open the door to the cultural acceptance and legalization of plural marriage, Members of His Body reminds us that much Christian theology already looks forward to this end.

Ein Meilenstein Der Hebraistik - Der Sefer Ha-Bachur Elia Levitas in Sebastian Munsters Ubersetzung Und Edition (German,... Ein Meilenstein Der Hebraistik - Der Sefer Ha-Bachur Elia Levitas in Sebastian Munsters Ubersetzung Und Edition (German, Hardcover)
Melanie Lange
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The Fourth Day (Paperback): Howard J. Van Till The Fourth Day (Paperback)
Howard J. Van Till
R555 R458 Discovery Miles 4 580 Save R97 (17%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Tries to combine the biblical and scientific views of the universe's creation, and looks at how perception of the world has changed from biblical times to the present.

Members of His Body - Shakespeare, Paul, and a Theology of Nonmonogamy (Hardcover): Will Stockton Members of His Body - Shakespeare, Paul, and a Theology of Nonmonogamy (Hardcover)
Will Stockton
R1,639 R1,340 Discovery Miles 13 400 Save R299 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Building on scholarship regarding both biblical and early modern sexualities, Members of His Body protests the Christian defense of marital monogamy. According to the Paul who authors 1 Corinthians, believers would do well to remain single and focus instead on the messiah's return. According to the Paul who authors Ephesians, plural marriage is the telos of Christian community. Turning to Shakespeare, Will Stockton shows how marriage functions in The Comedy of Errors, The Merchant of Venice, Othello, and The Winter's Tale as a contested vehicle of Christian embodiment. Juxtaposing the marital theologies of the different Pauls and their later interpreters, Stockton reveals how these plays explore the racial, religious, and gender criteria for marital membership in the body of Christ. These plays further suggest that marital jealousy and paranoia about adultery result in part from a Christian theology of shared embodiment: the communion of believers in Christ. In the wake of recent arguments that expanding marriage rights to gay people will open the door to the cultural acceptance and legalization of plural marriage, Members of His Body reminds us that much Christian theology already looks forward to this end.

Introduction to the Study of the Holy Quaran (Paperback): Mali Introduction to the Study of the Holy Quaran (Paperback)
Mali
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Middle Knowledge and Biblical Interpretation - Luis de Molina, Herman Bavinck, and William Lane Craig (Hardcover, New edition):... Middle Knowledge and Biblical Interpretation - Luis de Molina, Herman Bavinck, and William Lane Craig (Hardcover, New edition)
Sze Sze Chiew
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If God knows human actions in advance, do humans really have freedom of choice? Throughout the centuries various solutions have been offered as to how to retain or reconcile both the concepts of divine omniscience and human freedom. One solution focuses on the idea of middle knowledge. This theory originates with the Spanish Jesuit Luis de Molina, was contested by Reformed theologians such as Herman Bavinck, and makes a remarkable comeback among present-day analytical philosophers such as William Lane Craig. Apart from a wealth of philosophical considerations, the appeal to biblical texts also plays an important role in the work on middle knowledge by each of these thinkers. The book examines their writings and investigates how contemporary biblical scholars interpret the biblical texts used by them. The author elaborates a creative proposal as to how these gained insights apply to the theory of middle knowledge and what this means for our overall evaluation of this theory.

The Other Ramayana Women - Regional Rejection and Response (Hardcover): John Brockington, Mary Brockington The Other Ramayana Women - Regional Rejection and Response (Hardcover)
John Brockington, Mary Brockington
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This book is the first to present current scholarship on gender and in regional and sectarian versions of the Ramayana. Contributors explore in what ways the versions relate to other Ramayana texts as they deal with the female persona and the cultural values implicit in them. Using a wide variety of approaches, both analytical and descriptive, the authors discover common ground between narrative variants even as their diversity is recognized. It offers an analysis in the shaping of the heterogeneous Rama tradition through time as it can be viewed from the perspective of narrating women's lives. Through the analysis of the representation and treatment of female characters, narrative inventions, structural design, textual variants, and the idiom of composition and technique in art and sculpture are revealed and it is shown what and in which way these alternative versions are unique. A sophisticated exploration of the Ramayana, this book is of great interest to academics in the fields of South Asian Studies, Asian Religion, Asian Gender and Cultural Studies.

Facets of Pauline Discourse in Christocentric and Christotelic Perspective (Hardcover, New edition): Dan Lioy Facets of Pauline Discourse in Christocentric and Christotelic Perspective (Hardcover, New edition)
Dan Lioy
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In this thought-provoking study, Dan Lioy asserts that a Christocentric and Christotelic perspective is an unmistakable feature of Paul's discourse. The journey begins with an analysis of the old Adamic creation in Genesis 1-3 before digressing into representative passages from Paul's writings, touching on such themes as new creation theology, the apostle's apocalyptic interpretation of reality, and his theology of the cross. Then Lioy examines the influence of the Old Testament on Paul's Christological outlook, how the apostle viewed Satan operating as the counterfeit word, and the way in which the writings of Paul correlate with the letter from James, leading into a deliberation that Paul, rather than Christ, is to be seen as a new or second Moses. Contrast is then provided regarding the historical authenticity of the Adam character in Paul's discourse, along with the Genesis creation narratives. Facets of Pauline Discourse in Christocentric and Christotelic Perspective is the ideal volume for college and seminary classes dealing with the teaching and theology of Paul.

Priests of My People - Levitical Paradigms for Early Christian Ministers (Hardcover, New edition): Bryan A. Stewart Priests of My People - Levitical Paradigms for Early Christian Ministers (Hardcover, New edition)
Bryan A. Stewart
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This book offers an innovative examination of the question: why did early Christians begin calling their ministerial leaders "priests" (using the terms hiereus/sacerdos)? Scholarly consensus has typically suggested that a Christian "priesthood" emerged either from an imitation of pagan priesthood or in connection with seeing the Eucharist as a sacrifice over which a "priest" must preside. This work challenges these claims by exploring texts of the third and fourth century where Christian bishops and ministers are first designated "priests": Tertullian and Cyprian of Carthage, Origen of Alexandria, Eusebius of Caesarea, and the church orders Apostolic Tradition and Didascalia Apostolorum. Such an examination demonstrates that the rise of a Christian ministerial priesthood grew more broadly out of a developing "religio-political ecclesiology". As early Christians began to understand themselves culturally as a unique polis in their own right in the Greco-Roman world, they also saw themselves theologically and historically connected with ancient biblical Israel. This religio-political ecclesiology, sharpened by an emerging Christian material culture and a growing sense of Christian "sacred space", influenced the way Christians interpreted the Jewish Scriptures typologically. In seeing the nation of Israel as a divine nation corresponding to themselves, Christians began appropriating the Levitical priesthood as a figure or "type" of the Christian ministerial office. Such a study helpfully broadens our understanding of the emergence of a Christian priesthood beyond pagan imitation or narrow focus on the sacrificial nature of the Eucharist, and instead offers a more comprehensive explanation in connection with early Christian ecclesiology.

Turn it and Turn it Again - Studies in the Teaching and Learning of Classical Jewish Texts (Hardcover, New): Jon A. Levisohn,... Turn it and Turn it Again - Studies in the Teaching and Learning of Classical Jewish Texts (Hardcover, New)
Jon A. Levisohn, Susan P. Fendrick
R2,501 Discovery Miles 25 010 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The study of classical Jewish texts is flourishing in day schools and adult education, synagogues and summer camps, universities and yeshivot. But serious inquiry into the practices and purposes of such study is far rarer. In this book, a diverse collection of empirical and conceptual studies illuminates particular aspects of the teaching of Bible and rabbinic literature to, and the learning of, children and adults. In addition to providing specific insights into the pedagogy of Jewish texts, these studies serve as models of what the disciplined study of pedagogy can look like. The book will be of interest to teachers of Jewish texts in all contexts, and will be particularly valuable for the professional development of Jewish educators.

Hypertextuality and Historicity in the Gospels (Hardcover, New edition): Bartosz Adamczewski Hypertextuality and Historicity in the Gospels (Hardcover, New edition)
Bartosz Adamczewski
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This book demonstrates that the Gospels originated from a sequential hypertextual reworking of the contents of Paul's letters and, in the case of Matthew and John, of the Acts of the Apostles. Consequently, the new quest for the historical Jesus, which takes this discovery into serious consideration, results in a rather limited reconstruction of Jesus' life. However, since such a reconstruction includes, among others, Jesus' messiahship, behaving in a way which was later interpreted as pointing to him as the Son of God, instituting the Lord's Supper, being conscious of the religious significance of his imminent death, dying on the cross, and appearing as risen from the dead to Cephas and numerous other Jewish believers, it can be reconciled with the principles of the Christian faith.

The Pillar of Volozhin - Rabbi Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin and the World of Nineteenth Century Lithuanian Torah Scholarship... The Pillar of Volozhin - Rabbi Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin and the World of Nineteenth Century Lithuanian Torah Scholarship (Hardcover, New)
Gil S Perl
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The work of Rabbi Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin, the Neziv, ranks amongst the most often read rabbinic literature of the nineteenth century. His breadth of learning, unabashed creativity, and penchant for walking against the stream of the rabbinic commentarial establishment has made his commentaries a favorite amongst rabbinic scholars and scholars of rabbinics alike. Yet, to date, there has been no comprehensive and systematic attempt to place his intellectual oeuvre into its historical context - until now. In the Pillar of Volozhin, Gil Perl traces the influences which helped mould and shape the Neziv's thinking while also opening new doors into the world of early nineteenth century Lithuanian Torah scholarship, an area heretofore almost completely untouched by academic research.

Retelling the Law - Genesis, Exodus-Numbers, and Samuel-Kings as Sequential Hypertextual Reworkings of Deuteronomy (Hardcover,... Retelling the Law - Genesis, Exodus-Numbers, and Samuel-Kings as Sequential Hypertextual Reworkings of Deuteronomy (Hardcover, New edition)
Bartosz Adamczewski
R1,402 R1,280 Discovery Miles 12 800 Save R122 (9%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Using the method of critical intertextual research, this book demonstrates that Deuteronomy (written c. 500 BC) is an Israelite sequential hypertextual reworking of Ezekiel, that Genesis and Exodus-Numbers (written c. 400 BC) are Israelite sequential hypertextual reworkings of Deuteronomy, and that Samuel-Kings (written c. 300 BC) is a Judaean sequential hypertextual reworking of Deuteronomy. Consequently, the book disproves the theories of the existence of the so-called sources or traditions of the Pentateuch. The recognition of the fact that the Pentateuch is an Israelite and not a Judaean work may have great consequences for the dialogue between the monotheistic civilizations in our world and for peace initiatives in the Holy Land.

A Common Cultural Heritage - Studies on Mesopotamia and the Biblical World in Honor of Barry L. Eichler (Hardcover): Grant... A Common Cultural Heritage - Studies on Mesopotamia and the Biblical World in Honor of Barry L. Eichler (Hardcover)
Grant Frame, Erle Leichty, Karen Sonik, Jeffrey H. Tigay, Steve Tinney
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"My Spirit at Rest in the North Country" (Zechariah 6.8) - Collected Communications to the XXth Congress of the International... "My Spirit at Rest in the North Country" (Zechariah 6.8) - Collected Communications to the XXth Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament, Helsinki 2010 (English, German, Hardcover, New edition)
Hermann Michael Niemann, Matthias Augustin
R1,193 R1,067 Discovery Miles 10 670 Save R126 (11%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The contributions of this volume present the latest results of world-wide academic research in the field of the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and in related areas. The articles cover a multitude of topics, including exegetical and literary problems, history, iconography, history of religion, archaeology as well as lexicography and central theological questions concerning the Hebrew Bible. Dieser Band bietet neueste Ergebnisse von Forscherinnen und Forschern aus Europa, Amerika, Afrika und Asien auf dem Gebiet des Alten Testaments/der Hebraischen Bibel in Verbindung mit angrenzenden Wissenschaftsgebieten. Die Artikel behandeln exegetisch-literarische, historische, religionsgeschichtliche, ikonographische, archaologische und lexikographische sowie zentrale theologische Fragen.

Holiness & Perfection: A Canonical Unfolding of Leviticus 19 (Paperback, New edition): Jin-Myung Kim Holiness & Perfection: A Canonical Unfolding of Leviticus 19 (Paperback, New edition)
Jin-Myung Kim
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What is the most important lesson in the word of God? In Matt. 22:34-40, Jesus summarizes the whole Bible into two commandments, being `love for God' and `love for thy neighbor' (Lev. 19:18). Why did Jesus cite Lev. 19:18 (love) instead of 19:2 (holiness), which is the core of this chapter? This book analyzes how Lev. 19 is unfolded from OT times to the message of the NT. It attempts to prove the importance of Lev. 19 in the canonical tradition of Judaism and Christianity and to identify the clues which can help to explain the reason why Jesus chose Lev. 19:18. Further, the book shows that holiness, one of the main issues in Lev. 19, is replaced by perfection in Matt. 5:48. This connection is shown through examining the Community Rule (1QS) of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which joins the themes of holiness and perfection. This combination serves as the `missing link' to bridge the gap between Lev. 19 and Matt. 5. The method used to explore these texts is called `a canonical unfolding.' After a commentary on Lev. 19 the chapter is compared to other connected texts. Finally, the meaning of Lev. 19 is reinterpreted in the whole context of the Canon.

Religion, Identity, and Global Governance - Ideas, Evidence, and Practice (Hardcover, 2 Rev Ed): Patrick James Religion, Identity, and Global Governance - Ideas, Evidence, and Practice (Hardcover, 2 Rev Ed)
Patrick James
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In the wake of 9/11, and with ongoing wars and tensions in the Middle East, questioning contemporary connections between and among religion, identity, and global governance is an exercise that is both important and timely. This volume, edited by Patrick James, addresses essential themes in international relations today, asking how we can establish when religious identity is a relevant factor in explaining or understanding politics, when and how religion can be applied to advance positive, peace-oriented agendas in global governance, and how governments can reconsider their foreign and domestic policies in light of religious resurgence around the world. Exploring topics such as Pope John Paul II's Just War, the role of religious NGOs in relation to states, and religious extremism among Muslims in India, the contributors highlight the central role that religion can play in foreign policy. Taken together, these essays contend that global governance cannot and will not improve unless it can find a way to coexist with the powerful force of religion.

A Guide to the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature (Paperback, Revised, Expanded ed.): Joseph A. Fitzmyer A Guide to the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature (Paperback, Revised, Expanded ed.)
Joseph A. Fitzmyer
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Many scholars wishing to consult a specific text in the Dead Sea Scrolls encounter a very specific difficulty: finding where it has been published. The scrolls are found in many publications, especially in the 39 volumes of the series ???Discoveries in the Judean Desert.??? Here they are not published in any systematic way, but in the order in which they were ready for publication.

Joseph Fitzmyer seeks to remedy that situation. His A Guide to the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature starts by explaining the conventional system of abbreviations for the Scrolls. Then it helpfully lists specifically where readers can find each of the scrolls and fragmentary texts from the eleven caves of Qumran and all the related sites.

Fitzmyer supplies information on tools of study helpful for scholars ? concordances, dictionaries, translations, outlines of longer texts, and more ? and briefly indications electronic resources for the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

This winning guide makes navigating the sprawl of scrolls and information much more straightforward.

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