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A Biblical Itinerary: In Search of Method, Form and Content. Essays in Honor of George W. Coats.
by Carpenter, Eugene E., edited by.

Publisher Information:
Sheffield Academic Press Sheffield 1997

Octavo in dust jacket, frontispiece photo, 576 pp., Bibliography of the Works of Cyrus H. Gordon, compiled by Constance W. Gordon, index of references, index of authors

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 240. Articles are "Some Reflections on the Canonical Moses: Moses and Abraham," Rolf Rendtorff, "Biblical and Ealry Islamic Moses," Malcolm Clark, "Narrative Form Criticism: Dead or Alive?" Trent Butler, "Beyond Reality: Poetic Discourse and Psalm 107," John W. Roffey, "Redaction Criticism: Whence, Whither, and Why? Or, Going beyond Source and Form criticism without Leaving them Behind," Lawson G. Stone, "Exodus 18: Its structure, Style, Motifs and Function in the Book of Exodus," Eugene Carpenter, "Structure and Meaning in the Sinai-Horeb Narrative (Exodus 19-34)," Jospeh Bleckinsopp, "From Faithful Prophet to Villian: Observations on the Tradition History of the Balaam Story," John Van Seters, "The Missing Voice," James L. Crenshaw, "The Futile Quest for the Historical Prophet," Gene M. Tucker, "On the Task of old Testament Theology," Rolf P. Knierim, "Scripture and the Formation of Christian Identity," Roy F. Melugin.


Language: English Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 18928

Price: $9.95

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