In the Name of God

The Bible in the Colonial Discourse of Empire

Edited by C.L. Crouch, University of Nottingham and Jonathan Stökl, King's College, London

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9789004258334
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9789004259126
Publication Date: 
November 2013
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viii, 192 pp.
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0928-0731
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126
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80
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9789004150133
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February 2006
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Bridget Gilfillan Upton

A new, aurally attuned reading of the endings of Mark’s Gospel, concentrating on the Gospel as ancient popular literature, comparing it with Xenophon of Ephesus’ erotic romance, and using speech act theory as a method to illuminate both narratives.
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79
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9789004147911
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December 2005
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Mark W. Hamilton

This book rethinks the problem of Israelite kingship by examining how the male royal body and its self-presentation figured in the governance of the dual monarchies of Israel and Judah. As such, this is a reopening of old questions and an opening to new ones.
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78
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ISBN: 
9789004145412
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August 2005
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Timothy J. Sandoval

The Discourse of Wealth and Poverty in the Book of Proverbs includes a discussion of “proverbs and metaphor,” reviews previous studies of wealth and poverty in Proverbs, offers in-depth analyses of particular passages in Proverbs, and suggests a possible social-historical setting for the book.
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77
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ISBN: 
9789004144927
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October 2005
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Torrey Seland

The volume contains five studies that have been written over the last decade; some of them are previously published as articles. The studies focus on the role of Silvanus in the making of the letter, the Christians as paroikoi kai parepidemoi, the issue of being a common priesthood, the...
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76
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ISBN: 
9789004144910
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July 2005
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Edited by Gabriella Gelardini

The present volume contains a foreword and a collection of fourteen essays applying latest and neglected methods and offering new and innovative insight to the interpretation of the New Testament Book of Hebrews. The contributions are arranged in three parts.
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Volume: 
75
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Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004144903
Publication date: 
July 2005
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Shane Kirkpatrick

The dynamics of comparison and social competition in the tales of Daniel 1-6 are explored with the help of social-scientific models depicting honor and exploring the related dynamics of purity, patronage, virtue, limited good, and envy.
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74
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ISBN: 
9789004144873
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July 2005
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Kenneth M. Craig, Jr.

Craig provides fresh insight into the literary and rhetorical features of the many question forms that appear in the Hebrew Bible. Particularly attention is given to question clusters in Genesis, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, Haggai and Zechariah.
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73
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Hardback
ISBN: 
9780391042315
Publication date: 
March 2005
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Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B.

This volume makes available a series of innovative historical, theological and exegetical studies from one of the leading contemporary interpreters of the Fourth Gospel. Moloney devotes attention to the many contexts that produced the text, and the contexts of subsequent readers and interpreters.
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72
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ISBN: 
9780391042469
Publication date: 
April 2005
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Patrick Chatelion Counet and Ulrich Berges

In this essay collection, the authors describe the trend toward synchronic methods in biblical exegesis, or interpreting biblical texts as the result of a literary rather than a historical process, and discuss and apply fifteen specific methods to interpreting Old and New Testament texts.
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71
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Hardback
ISBN: 
9780391042308
Publication date: 
August 2005
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