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The Formation of the Pentateuch - Bridging the Academic Cultures of Europe, Israel, and North America (Hardcover): Jan C Gertz,... The Formation of the Pentateuch - Bridging the Academic Cultures of Europe, Israel, and North America (Hardcover)
Jan C Gertz, Bernard M. Levinson, Dalit Rom-Shiloni, Konrad Schmid
R6,329 R5,338 Discovery Miles 53 380 Save R991 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
A Palimpsest: Rhetoric, Ideology, Stylistics, and Language Relating to Persian Israel (Hardcover): Frank Polak, Diana Edelman A Palimpsest: Rhetoric, Ideology, Stylistics, and Language Relating to Persian Israel (Hardcover)
Frank Polak, Diana Edelman; Contributions by Francesca Stavrakopoulou, Philippe Guillaume, Dalit Rom-Shiloni
R4,634 Discovery Miles 46 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A volume of collected essays that explores what we can learn about the producers and readers of biblical books by looking into matters of language, rhetoric, style, and ideology. What do they teach us about these literati's world of knowledge and imagination, about the issues they had in mind and the ways they came to deal with them through authoritative literature? The book includes essays on such issues as whether linguistic theories can solve literary-critical problems, on what is "late biblical Hebrew," on parallelism and noun groups in biblical poetry, and the communicative meaning of some linguistic choices.

Exclusive Inclusivity - Identity Conflicts between the Exiles and the People who Remained (6th-5th Centuries BCE) (Paperback):... Exclusive Inclusivity - Identity Conflicts between the Exiles and the People who Remained (6th-5th Centuries BCE) (Paperback)
Dalit Rom-Shiloni
R1,089 Discovery Miles 10 890 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The sixth and fifth centuries BCE were a time of constant re-identifications within Judean communities, both in exile and in the land; it was a time when Babylonian exilic ideologies captured a central position in Judean (Jewish) history and literature at the expense of silencing the voices of any other Judean communities. Proceeding from the later biblical evidence to the earlier, from the Persian period sources (Ezra-Nehemiah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Deutero-Isaiah) to the Neo-Babylonian prophecy of Ezekiel and Jeremiah, Exclusive Inclusivity explores the ideological transformations within these writings using the sociological rubric of exclusivity. Social psychology categories of ethnicity and group identity provide the analytical framework to clarify that Ezekiel, the prophet of the Jehoiachin Exiles, was the earliest constructor of these exclusive ideologies. Thus, already from the Neo-Babylonian period, definitions of otherness were being set to shape the self-understanding of each of the post-586 communities, in Judah (Yehud) and in the Babylonian Diaspora, as the exclusive People of God. As each community reidentified itself as the in-group, arguments of otherness were adduced to diregard and delegitimize the sister community. The polemics against "foreigners" in the Persian period literature are the ideological successors to the earlier ideological conflict.

Exclusive Inclusivity - Identity Conflicts between the Exiles and the People who Remained (6th-5th Centuries BCE) (Hardcover,... Exclusive Inclusivity - Identity Conflicts between the Exiles and the People who Remained (6th-5th Centuries BCE) (Hardcover, New)
Dalit Rom-Shiloni
R3,118 Discovery Miles 31 180 Out of stock

The sixth and fifth centuries BCE were a time of constant re-identifications within Judean communities, both in exile and in the land; it was a time when Babylonian exilic ideologies captured a central position in Judean (Jewish) history and literature at the expense of silencing the voices of any other Judean communities.Proceeding from the later biblical evidence to the earlier, from the Persian period sources (Ezra-Nehemiah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Deutero-Isaiah) to the Neo-Babylonian prophecy of Ezekiel and Jeremiah, "Exclusive Inclusivity" explores the ideological transformations within these writings using the sociological rubric of exclusivity. Social psychology categories of ethnicity and group identity provide the analytical framework to clarify that Ezekiel, the prophet of the Jehoiachin Exiles, was the earliest constructor of these exclusive ideologies. Thus, already from the Neo-Babylonian period, definitions of otherness were being set to shape the self-understanding of each of the post-586 communities, in Judah (Yehud) and in the Babylonian Diaspora, as the exclusive People of God. As each community reidentified itself as the in-group, arguments of otherness were adduced to diregard and delegitimize the sister community. The polemics against "foreigners" in the Persian period literature are the ideological successors to the earlier ideological conflict.

The God Ezekiel Creates (Hardcover): Paul M. Joyce, Dalit Rom-Shiloni The God Ezekiel Creates (Hardcover)
Paul M. Joyce, Dalit Rom-Shiloni
R3,195 Discovery Miles 31 950 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This powerful collection of essays focuses on the representation of God in the Book of Ezekiel. With topics spanning across projections of God, through to the implications of these creations, the question of the divine presence in Ezekiel is explored. Madhavi Nevader analyses Divine Sovereignty and its relation to creation, while Dexter E. Callender Jnr and Ellen van Wolde route their studies in the image of God, as generated by the character of Ezekiel. The assumption of the title is then inverted, as Stephen L. Cook writes on 'The God that the Temple Blueprint Creates', which is taken to its other extreme by Marvin A. Sweeney in his chapter on 'The Ezekiel that God Creates', and finds a nice reconciliation in Daniel I. Block's chapter, 'The God Ezekiel Wants Us to Meet.' Finally, two essays from Christian biblical scholar Nathan MacDonald and Jewish biblical scholar, Rimon Kasher, offer a reflection on the essays about Ezekiel and his God.

The God Ezekiel Creates (Paperback): Paul M. Joyce, Dalit Rom-Shiloni The God Ezekiel Creates (Paperback)
Paul M. Joyce, Dalit Rom-Shiloni
R685 R623 Discovery Miles 6 230 Save R62 (9%) Out of stock

This powerful collection of essays focuses on the representation of God in the Book of Ezekiel. With topics spanning across projections of God, through to the implications of these creations, the question of the divine presence in Ezekiel is explored. Madhavi Nevader analyses Divine Sovereignty and its relation to creation, while Dexter E. Callender Jnr and Ellen van Wolde route their studies in the image of God, as generated by the character of Ezekiel. The assumption of the title is then inverted, as Stephen L. Cook writes on 'The God that the Temple Blueprint Creates', which is taken to its other extreme by Marvin A. Sweeney in his chapter on 'The Ezekiel that God Creates', and finds a nice reconciliation in Daniel I. Block's chapter, 'The God Ezekiel Wants Us to Meet.' Finally, two essays from Christian biblical scholar Nathan MacDonald and Jewish biblical scholar, Rimon Kasher, offer a reflection on the essays about Ezekiel and his God.

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