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Worship and the Hebrew Bible : essays in honour of John T. Willis /
edited by M. Patrick Graham, Rick R. Marrs and Steven L. McKenzie.
Sheffield , England : Sheffield Academic Press, c1999.
316 p. ; 24 cm.
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Sheffield , England : Sheffield Academic Press, c1999.
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"Select bibiography of the writings of John T. Willis / Timothy M Willis": p. [295]-297.
Includes bibiliographical references and indexes.
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Table of Contents
Prefacep. 7
Abbreviationsp. 9
List of Contributorsp. 13
'For He Is Good ...' Worship in Ezra-Nehemiahp. 15
The Peoples and the Worship of Yahweh in the Book of Isaiahp. 35
Mourners and the Psalmsp. 56
Worship and Ethics: A Re-examination of Psalm 15p. 78
'From Where Will my Help Come?' Women and Prayer in the Apocrypha/Deuterocanonical Booksp. 95
Flirting with the Language of Prayer (Job 14.13-17)p. 110
Setting the Heart to Seek God: Worship in 2 Chronicles 30.1-31.1p. 124
Psalm 19: A Meditation on God's Glory in the Heavens and in God's Lawp. 142
Grounds for Praise: The Nature and Function of the Motive Clause in the Hymns of the Hebrew Psalterp. 148
Micah and a Theological Critique of Worshipp. 184
Why Didn't David Build the Temple? The History of a Biblical Traditionp. 204
Worship in Judges 17-18p. 225
Issiah in the Worshipping Communityp. 244
Contemporary Worship in the Light of Isaiah's Ancient Critiquep. 265
'Est and Rejoice Before the Lord': The Optimism of Worship in the Deuteronomic Codep. 276
Select Bibliography of the Writings of John T. Willisp. 295
Index of Referencesp. 298
Index of Authorsp. 312
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