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About this product
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication23/02/2016
- GenreChristianity: Bibles & Liturgy
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Weight430 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Edited byIngrid Hjelm,Thomas L. Thompson
- Table Of ContentsIntroduction Part I: Beyond Historicity * A New 'Biblical Archaeology' Philip R. Davies * Old and New Ways of Interpreting Isaiah 40-55 Frederik Poulsen * Sociolinguistic Perspectives on the Hebrew Bible as Memory Work: Seeing Redactional Work as Entextualization Trine Bjornung Hasselbach Part II: Greek Connections * Is the Old Testament Still a Hellenistic Book? Niels Peter Lemche * From Plato to Moses: Genesis-Kings as a Platonic Epic Philippe Wajdenbaum * Greek Genres and the Hebrew Bible Russel Gmirkin * When the Septuagint Came in from the Cold Mogens Muller Part III: Reception * Of Qumran, the Canon and the History of the Bible Text Fred Cryer * Deconstructing the Continuity of Qumran Ib and II with Implications for Stabilizing the Biblical Texts Gregory Doudna * Canon Formation, Canonicity and the Qumran library Jesper Hogenhaven * New Children of Abraham in Greenland-The Creation of a Nation Flemming A. J. Nielsen * Whose Mythic, Rhythmic, Theological and Cultural Memory is it Anyway? Jim West
- Author BiographyIngrid Hjelm, Associate Professor at the University of Copenhagen and Director of the Palestine History and Heritage Project. Author of The Samaritans and Early Judaism (2000) and Jerusalem's Rise to Sovereignty (2004) in addition to a considerable number of articles within the field of Samaritan studies, the history of ancient Israel and the Hebrew Bible. Her latest book, co-edited with Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme is Myths of Exile (2015). Thomas L. Thompson, Professor Emeritus, University of Copenhagen and author of some 130 articles and ca. 20 books, including The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives (1974), The Early History of the Israelite People (1992), The Bible in History: How Writers Create a Past (1999) and Biblical Narrative and Palestine's History (2013), currently working as Project Developer on the Palestine History and Heritage Project.
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