Faith, Tradition, and History: Old Testament Historiography in Its Near Eastern Context

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Eisenbrauns, 1994 - 354 sider
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The Current State of Old Testament Historiography
1
Story History and Theology
37
Scribes as Transmitters of Tradition
65
The Sumerian Historiographic Tradition and Its Implications for Genesis 111
79
A Study of Old Babylonian Period Historiography and the Old Testament
103
The Weidner Chronicle and the Idea of History in Israel and Mesopotamia
129
History and Legend in Early Hittite Historiography
149
The Historical Reliability of the Hittite Annals
159
Judges 1 in Its Near Eastern Literary Context
207
The Perspective of the Hebrew Historian
229
Who Made the Kingmaker? Reflections on Samuel and the Institution of the Monarchy
255
How Did Saul Become King? Literary Reading and Historical Reconstruction
271
The David Tradition in Recent Study
285
The Covenant Foundation of History and Historiography
299
The Oscillating Fortunes of History within Old Testament Theology
313
Index of Authors
341

The Structure of Joshua 111 and the Annals of Thutmose III
165
1215 and Mesopotamian Celestial Omen Texts
181
Recent Discussion Concerning the Date of the Boundary Lists
191

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The Creation of History in Ancient Israel
Marc Zvi Brettler
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