The Hebrew Bible and Its Interpreters

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William H. Propp, William Henry Propp, Baruch Halpern, David Noel Freedman
Eisenbrauns, 1990 - 225 Seiten

The first in a series of volumes coming out of programs at the Department of Biblical and Judaic Studies at the University of California, San Diego, this book contains a number of essays originally presented at the Fourth Conversation in Biblical Studies held at UCSD, as well as pieces by each of the editors. Future volumes in the series will include both monographs and, like this one, collected essays.

 

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Inhalt

THE BOOK OF
33
INTERPRETING ORTHOGRAPHY
53
THE BIBLE IN THE UNIVERSITY
143
SECTUALLY EXPLICIT LITERATURE FROM QUMRAN
167
EDEN SKETCHES
189
PEOPLE AND HIGH PRIESTHOOD IN EARLY
205
Urheberrecht

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Seite 10 - Barr was among the first to proclaim this shift: "the long narrative corpus of the Old Testament seems to me, as a body of literature, to merit the title of story rather than that of history.

Über den Autor (1990)

David Noel Freedman is a professor of the Hebrew Bible at the University of California, San Diego, and lives in La Jolla, California.

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