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Oudtestamentische studiën.
Boer, P. A. H. de (Pieter Arie Hendrik), 1910-1989
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Leiden E.J. Brill 1943-
description
v. : ill. --
ISBN
9004211578, 9789004211575
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Leiden E.J. Brill 1943-
isbn
9004211578
9789004211575
contents note
v. 24. Crises and perspectives -- v. 25. New avenues in the study of the Old Testament -- v. 26. In quest of the past -- v. 27. P.A.H. de Boer: selected studies in the Old Testament exegesis -- v. 28 Converting the past -- v. 29. Abraham Kuenen (1828-1891) His major contributions to the study of the Old Testament -- v. 30. Der Himmel im Alten Testament -- v. 31. The Vengeance of God -- v. 32. Rhetorical Criticism and the Poetry of the Book of Job -- v. 33. The Reform of King Josiah and the Composition of the Deuteronomistic History -- v. 34. Synchronic or Diachronic? -- v. 35. Prophets of Old and The Day of the End -- v. 36. The Targum of Judges -- v. 37. The Provenance of Deuteronomy -- v. 38. Manasseh through the Eyes of the Deuteronomists -- v. 39. Genesis 49 in its Literary and Historical Context.
v. 40. Intertextuality in Ugarit and Israel -- v. 41. The structure of Classical Hebrew Poetry: Isaiah 40-55 -- v. 42. The Crisis of Israelite Religion -- v. 43. Studies in Isaiah 24-27 -- v. 44. Past, Present, Future -- v. 45. The Elusive Prophet -- v. 46. 'According to My Righteousness'. -- v. 47. Creation and Judgement -- v. 48. Reading Scripture in the Old Testament -- v. 49. Women in Ugarit and Israel -- v. 51. Between Fear and Freedom, Essays on the interpretation of Jeremiah 30-31 -- v. 52. The Old Testament in Its World -- v. 60. The Stele of YHWH in Egypt : The prophecies of Isaiah 18-20 concerning Egypt and Kush.
general note
Contributions in Dutch, English, French and German.
Some vols. have also special t.p.
Vol. 17-33 edited by A.S. van der Woude; vol. 34-38, 40-41, 44, 47 edited by Johannes C. de Moor ; vol. 42 edited by Bob Becking and Marjo C.A. Korpel ; edited by G.J. Venema ; v. 51-52 edited byRobert P. Gordon and Johannes C. de Moor; vol. 60 edited by Csaba Balogh.
Vol. 39 edited by Raymond de Hoop.
local note
ROBA v.53- are catalogued and classed separately under their own individual titles.
catalogue key
7665
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Attempts to reconstruct the compositional history of the book of Isaiah confine themselves mainly to chapters 1-12 and 28-39, supposed to shroud the basic core of any early collection of Isaianic texts. This book provides a thorough analysis of Isaiah 18-20, concerned with Egypt and Kush.
Description for Reader
All those interested in the literature, history and theology of Old Testament prophecy, as well as those studying ancient Near Eastern imperialism or the cultural and historical contacts between Canaan and Egypt in Antiquity
Main Description
Attempts to reconstruct the compositional history of the book of Isaiah confine themselves mainly to chapters 1-12 and 28-39, supposed to shroud the basic core of any early collection of Isaianic texts. Other investigations which verge on the group of prophecies concerning the nations in Isa 13-23 rarely delve into exegetical details to the extent that the reader of Isaiah would feel convinced to stand here on familiar grounds. Even others, overtly restricted to a small pericope inside Isa 13-23, often neglect the significance of this larger context. This book provides a thorough analysis of Isaiah 18-20, concerned with Egypt and Kush, from the earliest stages to their final contextualisation within the developing corpus of the Isaianic prophecies regarding the nations.

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