Mothers of Promise: Women in the Book of Genesis
Baker Academic, 1. aug. 2008 - 240 sider
Eve, Noah's wife, Sarah, Tamar, Asenath, and others played a critical role in shaping the nation and faith of Israel. But we need to look closely at their stories to fully understand their impact. Respected Hebrew scholar and archaeologist Tammi Schneider takes us into the biblical account by carefully reading the stories of all the women in Genesis and illuminating the text with cultural background and archaeological insights. Her careful and creative approach challenges traditional ways of seeing these women and gives a fresh perspective on familiar stories. The result is a readable, thoughtful, and biblically grounded look at the roles and functions of Genesis women and a solid resource for studies of Genesis, women in the Bible, and women's issues.
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Review: Mothers of Promise: Women in the Book of GenesisBrukerevaluering - Kathy Petersen - Goodreads
I was eager to read some kind of analysis or commentary about the women of Genesis but no such luck. Mothers of Promise was dry, pedantic, repetitious, and, sigh, boring. Schneider made much of Hebrew ... Les hele vurderingen
Abimelech Abraham Abraham’s servant Adah appears Asenath asks barren bear children Bethuel biblical Bilhah birth blessing Briggs brother characters child claims conceives concern concubine Deity’s promise described Dinah Driver Egypt Egyptian Elohim Esau Esau’s wives father father’s house firstborn Frymer-Kensky garden Gerar gives Hagar Haran Hebrew Bible highlights Hittite husband Ibid identified inherit the promise Isaac Ishmael Israelite Deity issue Jacob loves Joseph Judah knows Laban labeled Leah’s Lexicon Lipit-Ishtar Lot’s daughters loves Rachel maid mandrakes marriage marry matriarchs meaning messengers Milcah mother na‘arah Nahor narrator notes Nuzi object Paddan-aram Pharaoh pilegesh Potiphar prostitute Rachel’s death reader Rebekah Rebekah’s actions reference relationship Reuben reveals role Sarah’s beauty says scholars sexual Shechem shiphchah sister situation slave son’s sons Speiser status story takes Tamar Terah teraphim term text never text notes translation treated Trible veiled verb verse wife woman women in Genesis Zilpah