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Yahweh as Refuge and the Editing of the Hebrew Psalter (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) ePub download

by Andrew Mein,Claudia V. Camp,Jerome F. D. Creach

  • Author: Andrew Mein,Claudia V. Camp,Jerome F. D. Creach
  • ISBN: 1850756015
  • ISBN13: 978-1850756019
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Bible Study & Reference
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press (October 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 156
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1. Context of the Present Thesis The attempt to explain the present shape of the Psalter is a relatively recent endeavor. 4 This prevailing opinion has not been unjustified. Until recently proposals that did emerge about the arrangement of the book were largely unconvincing. 5 At the same time methods designed to 3. That is, the approach is somewhat new to post-enlightenment scholarship.

This is a study of how "Yahweh as refuge" is central to the theology of psalms. Creach examines the word field of related words, discusses their metaphorical significance, and the placement of refuge psalms in the Psalter

This is a study of how "Yahweh as refuge" is central to the theology of psalms. Creach examines the word field of related words, discusses their metaphorical significance, and the placement of refuge psalms in the Psalter. His argument is that all of Psalms taken together are meant to get us to seek God as our refuge, and this is seen in the organization of both the individual collections and in the final form of the Psalter.

In recent years, Old Testament scholars have come to see that the aesthetic and rhetorical richness of Hebrew poetry goes far beyond .

In recent years, Old Testament scholars have come to see that the aesthetic and rhetorical richness of Hebrew poetry goes far beyond simple synonymous. This book would be quite useful as a reference for rhetorical study of the Psalms, as well as of other texts that employ D. -The Bible and Critical Theory, Vo. No. 3, 2005. The study of Hebrewpoetry has always included analysis of techniques such as parallelism,repetition, ellipsis, irony, hyperbole, hendiadys, etc. However, little if anyattention was ever paid to direct address in poetry. With this study Jacobsonsteps into that lacuna.

The study of psalmist poetry thus can be divided into two domains: prosody .

The study of psalmist poetry thus can be divided into two domains: prosody and metaphor. The Cambridge Companion to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Online ISBN: 9780511843365. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996. Creach, Jerome F. D The Destiny of the Righteous in the Psalms.

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The next two chapters explore the impact of the motif of Yahweh as refuge on the present shape of the Psalter, and on the formation of the book of Psalms.

Building especially on the work of Gerald Wilson, James Mays, Klaus Seybold and Gerald Sheppard, Creach provides an abundance of helpful data and advances the discussion significantly with his judicious interpretation of the root hsh ('to seek refuge') and related Hebrew roots

Some of the Biblical text and notations may be in Aramaic. The oldest manuscripts were written in a form of scroll, the medieval manuscripts usually were written in a form of codex. The late manuscripts written after the 9th century use the Masoretic Text.

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ESV (English Standard Version) Interlinear Hebrew English Old Testament, Bible. They had to study a lot, to work a lot, and the material of the book costs a lot, and the staff involved in the whole operation costs a lot. You are simply stealing the results of the work of others. You are simply a hypocrite, a liar and a thief.

The Choice of Yahweh as Refuge makes a unique and creative contribution to an emerging direction in Psalms study: the shape and shaping of the Psalter. Building especially on the work of Gerald Wilson, James Mays, Klaus Seybold and Gerald Sheppard, Creach provides an abundance of helpful data and advances the discussion significantly with his judicious interpretation of the root hsh ('to seek refuge') and related Hebrew roots. He shows that the arrangement of Psalms 2-89 reflects an editorial interest in which ideas expressed by the hsh field are a foil for complaints of being 'cast off' by Yahweh and that ideas expressed by the hsh field are also among the primary motifs in Psalms 90-106.

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