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James L. Resseguie
This is a narrative commentary on the Book of Revelation which provides fascinating new look at John's Apocalypse. The symbolic and theological significance of setting, rhetoric, point of view, character, and plot are throughly discussed in this volume.
With a radicalized understanding of mysticism interpreted by the Japanese Zen-master Hisamatsu Shin'ichi this book offers a new perception of the Johannine path from Jesus' incarceration, through his departure to the eschatological event of Easter-Pentecost.
Gregory W. Dawes
This study of Ephesians 5:21-33 contains a helpful discussion of metaphorical language and a careful analysis of the argumentation of a much-disputed biblical passage. Both sides in the interpretative debate will have to rethink their current interpretations in the light of this book.
Edited by Ellen van Wolde
At the Tilburg conference Narrative Syntax and the Hebrew Bible a discussion was held between Biblical Hebrew sentence-grammar and text-syntactic approaches, both in theoretical papers and in analyses of Exodus 19-24 and 1 Samuel 1. The conclusion is that a combination should be made of a ...
Edited by Craig A. Evans and Shemaryahu Talmon
This collection of studies is in honor of Professor James A. Sanders, a leading scholar in the fields of canon of Scripture, textual criticism, and intertextuality. Contributors include leading scholars in these and related fields of study.
David R. Beck
This work examines the function of anonymous characters in the Fourth Gospel narrative and how their anonymity enables reader identification, thereby facilitating reader participation in the claims of the narrative, specifically the recognition of and response to Jesus' identity.
Yairah Amit. Translated from the Hebrew by Jonathan Chipman
In a fascinating exposé of the sub-text of the Bible, this book shows that covert polemics is a significant feature of biblical writing on various contentious issues, such as cultic locations (Beth El, Jerusalem), leadership (the houses of Saul and David), community boundaries (the Samaritans) ...
Hugh S. Pyper
Starting from David's response to Nathan in 2 Sam 12 as a model of the character as reader, this book employs an original synthesis of literary, linguistic and psychoanalytic theory to account for the impact of the biblical texts on its readers.
R. Alan Culpepper
This volume comprises a collection of ten essays on John 6 that provides an overview of current Johannine scholarship and a showcase for methodologies now being used in Gospel studies. The essays deal with a challenging array of critical issues.
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