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Albert Kamp, Translated by David Orton
This book first establishes a cognitive linguistic approach that can be instructively applied to the text of Jonah. A subsequent examination of the nuances of the Hebrew text reveals how the author creates an inner world for the reader in which Jonah’s perspectives on his misfortunes are ...
This work provides insight into the unconscious psyche of the Jewish nation at the time in which the book of Judith was written by analyzing the book according to Jung's categories of subjective dream analysis and Dawson’s literary theory.
Edited by Ellen van Wolde
This volume deals with the song of wisdom in Job 28 as it is analysed by scholars in biblical exegesis, Hebrew lexicography and cognitive linguistics and shows that exploring the common ground is worthwhile
Emerson B. Powery
This project, using literary analysis, highlights Jesus' explicit citations of scripture within each Synoptic Gospel as an important component of each Gospel's narrative rhetoric.
This book is a literary analysis of the doubting Thomas story’s role as John’s gospel’s climax. By tracing key themes throughout John, the author demonstrates that the episode illustrates that faith and the life it engenders result from Jesus’ action.
Janeth Norfleete Day
The book provides a history of the interpretation of the Samaritan Woman in the church, in art, and in literature. The author’s alternative interpretation draws eclectically upon historical and contemporary approaches to present the Samaritan woman as a pious believer.
Nancy C. Lee
The author analyzes the poetic songs of Lamentations in the Bible using an oral-poetic folkloric method for the first time with surprising results. Contemporary lament poems are compared then from recent post-war Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina about suffering in cities under siege.
This book questions the authenticity of some sayings and stories counted to the "bedrock" of the Jesus tradition, analyses the ambiguous relationship of early Christians to their Jewish heritage and offers a fresh discussion of fundamental questions of principle.
Brook W.R. Pearson
Corresponding Sense investigates various issues to do with the study of Paul in the New Testament from the perspective of Hans-Georg Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics. Alongside theoretical and practical development of Gadamer’s philosophy, the book deals with the following New Testament ...
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