God's Word for Our World, Vol. 2

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Bloomsbury Publishing, 1 mars 2004 - 316 pages
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This two-volume work in biblical studies is a commemorative presentation to Simon John DeVries, noted Old Testament Scholar.

Volume two encompasses the worldviews of the Bible for Jews and Christians, the Holiness of God, Psalms in LXX, similarities in ancient Near Eastern narrative and Hebrew Bible, the Bible in the cultural settings of ancient Rome, Middle Ages, Oriental theologies, and contemporary cultural imperatives, and the function of biblical metaphors.

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Biblical Theology and TextCritical Studies
1
On Worldviews in the Bible of the Christians
6
The Holiness of God in Contemporary Jewish and Christian Biblical Theology
24
Delitzsch in Context
37
A Commentary on Greek Psalm 2
46
Some Theological and Methodological Features and a Case StudyThe View of God
63
Ancient Far Travelers and the Power of God
77
Prophets and Prophecy in Targum Jonathan to the Prophets
82
An Examination of Minjung Theologys Appropriation of the Exodus Account
159
Revisiting Aspects of Bultmanns Legacy
177
Repentance in the Context of Lukan Soteriology
199
On Punishment in the Hebrew Bible
216
Biblical Metaphors as Psychological Agents that Legitimate Violence in Society
233
Capital Punishment in Light of Biblical Interpretation
245
Renaissance Artists and Biblical Exegetes
268
The Work of Simon John De Vries
279

Israelites Judeans and Iranians in Mesopotamia and Adjacent Regions
98
Jew and NonJew in the Roman Period in Light of their Play Games and LeisureTime Activities
128
A Comparison of Sebastian Münster and David Gans
141
Index of References
287
Index of Authors
298
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Deborah L. Ellens is an independent scholar of Hebrew Bible Languages and Literature.

Jay Harold Ellens, is a highly published scholar on the interface of the disciplines of psychology and religion/spirituality. He is a Professor Emeritus of the University of Michigan, a retired Presbyterian theologian and pastor, and a retired US army chaplain

Professor Isaac Kalimi is currently Rosenthal Distinguished Visiting Professor in Biblical and Judaic Studies at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH) and Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israelite/Jewish History at Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies (Chicago).

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