Search: Biblical Studies - Hebrew Bible, 1998
Deals with the structure, coherence and composition of the stories of Exodus 1 and 2. The method described and the analytical procedures employed provide an instructive introduction to the discussion on newer techniques of interpretation of biblical narrative.
This study develops Hurshovski's integrational semantics as a conceptual framework for exploring dimensions of representation in ancient Hebrew narratives. A suggestive reading, as well as a hypothetical representeme for Judges, challenges the use of modernist logic in reading these narratives.
The scrutiny of almost every word of Leviticus, the methodology of which is based on the tenets of rhetorical analysis, brings to light a carefully-crafted literary masterpiece, where often form and content have been perfectly blended.
Archibald L.H.M. van Wieringen
This monograph is the first comprehensive, synchronic, reader-oriented analysis of the implied reader for a continuous part of the book of the prophet Isaiah, namely Isa 6-12.
Jonathan E. Dyck
This study of the ideology of the Chronicler breaks new ground, methodologically and substantively, by examining the relationship between Chronicles and the Jewish theocracy of the Persian period in light of contemporary theories of ideology.
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