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Renaming Abraham's Children
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In this study, Robert B. Foster explores the intersection between the interpretation of Scripture and the construction of communal identities. He argues that in Rom 9, Paul applies prophetic texts from Malachi, Hosea, and Isaiah to the story of Abraham´s children in Genesis. These interpretive maneuvers enable Paul to extrapolate from the patriarchal narratives a specific construal of election: it is the ironic privilege of being simultaneously God´s chosen and rejected people. This understanding of election he in turn applies to Gentile Christ-followers, the remnant, and all Israel in order to build for them an all-encompassing yet differentiated Abrahamic identity for the messianic age.

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Kakkanattu, Joy P.: God's Enduring Love in the ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 06/2006, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: God's Enduring Love in the Book of Hosea, Titelzusatz: A Synchronic and Diachronic Analysis of Hosea 11:1-11, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 1960 // 1. Auflage, Autor: Kakkanattu, Joy P., Verlag: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K // Mohr Siebeck, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Hebräisch // Israel // Sprache // Ivrit // Judentum // Theologie // Altes Testament // Bibel // Hebräische Bibel // Altes oder Biblisches Israel, Rubrik: Religion // Theologie, Christentum, Seiten: 222, Reihe: Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe (Nr. 14), Gewicht: 372 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The Vanishing Hebrew Harlot
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The Vanishing Hebrew Harlot is written with two objectives: First, to recover the core meaning of the Hebrew stem ZNH as a complex of non-Yahwist rituals, deities, institutions and beliefs prevalent in ancient Israel and Judah. With this understanding, the author assigns the translation value "participate in non-Yahwist religious praxis" to ZNH. The second objective is to understand how this core meaning came to be encrusted with promiscuity, prostitution, and detestable things, and, above all, with adultery, a capital offense, as well as with religious contamination and its destructive consequences. In the biblical texts, the stem ZNH, which encompasses a complex of non-Yahwist religious practices, operates in a powerful, adversarial relationship to the Yahwist complex of religious practices. Since non-Yahwist sacrifices signify the repudiation of Yahweh, non-Yahwist sacrifices arouse fierce opposition. The prophets Hosea and Jeremiah grasp this adversarial relationship and in their advocacy for Yahweh infuse non-Yahwist praxis with images of illicit sexual encounters and with the production of religious contamination that will lead to the devastation of Israel and Judah and to the exile of their inhabitants. The new structure of ZNH that emerges with Hosea and Jeremiah is one that re-visions ZNH activities by incorporating repugnant sexual imagery and devastating theological contamination into the core of non-Yahwist praxis. However, ZNH also has a sexual signification in contexts that are independent of and distinct from cultic contexts. The stem ZNH is examined in its Ancient Near Eastern environment, but the thrust of this research is the analysis of ZNH in its Hebrew textual environment using concepts from cognitive linguistics: network of associations, associated commonplaces, and blending.

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Die Königreiche Israel und Juda im 8. und 7. Ja...
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Die Zeit der assyrischen Fremdherrschaft über Israel und Juda (etwa 750-650 v.Chr.) gilt als eine historisch ziemlich präzise zu rekonstruierende Epoche. 722, mit dem FallSamarias, geht das nordisraelitische Königreich zugrunde, und Jerusalem, das Zentrum des Südreichs, entgeht mit knapper Not der Einnahme durch Sanherib. Die erste Hälfte des 7. Jahrhunderts wird von Manasse, wegen seines Blutvergießens im Dienst der Assyrer wohl der berüchtigtste König Judas, dominiert. - Das 8. Jahrhundert ist die Zeit der ersten großen Schriftpropheten: Amos, Hosea, Jesaja, Micha. Aber nicht nur deren Bücher haben hier ihren Anfanggenommen, auch das Bundesbuch, frühe Königserzählungen, Vorformen der Vätererzählungen in Genesis und Spruchsammlungen in Proverbia sind in dieser Epoche entstanden oder haben eine tiefgreifende Redaktion erfahren.

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Die Königreiche Israel und Juda im 8. und 7. Ja...
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Die Zeit der assyrischen Fremdherrschaft über Israel und Juda (etwa 750-650 v.Chr.) gilt als eine historisch ziemlich präzise zu rekonstruierende Epoche. 722, mit dem FallSamarias, geht das nordisraelitische Königreich zugrunde, und Jerusalem, das Zentrum des Südreichs, entgeht mit knapper Not der Einnahme durch Sanherib. Die erste Hälfte des 7. Jahrhunderts wird von Manasse, wegen seines Blutvergießens im Dienst der Assyrer wohl der berüchtigtste König Judas, dominiert. - Das 8. Jahrhundert ist die Zeit der ersten großen Schriftpropheten: Amos, Hosea, Jesaja, Micha. Aber nicht nur deren Bücher haben hier ihren Anfanggenommen, auch das Bundesbuch, frühe Königserzählungen, Vorformen der Vätererzählungen in Genesis und Spruchsammlungen in Proverbia sind in dieser Epoche entstanden oder haben eine tiefgreifende Redaktion erfahren.

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The Vanishing Hebrew Harlot
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The Vanishing Hebrew Harlot is written with two objectives: First, to recover the core meaning of the Hebrew stem ZNH as a complex of non-Yahwist rituals, deities, institutions and beliefs prevalent in ancient Israel and Judah. With this understanding, the author assigns the translation value "participate in non-Yahwist religious praxis" to ZNH. The second objective is to understand how this core meaning came to be encrusted with promiscuity, prostitution, and detestable things, and, above all, with adultery, a capital offense, as well as with religious contamination and its destructive consequences. In the biblical texts, the stem ZNH, which encompasses a complex of non-Yahwist religious practices, operates in a powerful, adversarial relationship to the Yahwist complex of religious practices. Since non-Yahwist sacrifices signify the repudiation of Yahweh, non-Yahwist sacrifices arouse fierce opposition. The prophets Hosea and Jeremiah grasp this adversarial relationship and in their advocacy for Yahweh infuse non-Yahwist praxis with images of illicit sexual encounters and with the production of religious contamination that will lead to the devastation of Israel and Judah and to the exile of their inhabitants. The new structure of ZNH that emerges with Hosea and Jeremiah is one that re-visions ZNH activities by incorporating repugnant sexual imagery and devastating theological contamination into the core of non-Yahwist praxis. However, ZNH also has a sexual signification in contexts that are independent of and distinct from cultic contexts. The stem ZNH is examined in its Ancient Near Eastern environment, but the thrust of this research is the analysis of ZNH in its Hebrew textual environment using concepts from cognitive linguistics: network of associations, associated commonplaces, and blending.

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Samson as God's Adulterous Wife
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Samson as God's Adulterous Wife reveals striking parallels between the depiction of Samson in the Book of Judges and the prophetic literature's metaphorical representations of Israel as an adulterous woman. This book endeavors to understand why Judges dwells on Samson's sexual and romantic relationships while the personal lives of the other six judges are not afforded the same narrative attention. M. Alroy Mascrenghe compares adulterous Samson with idolatrous Israel and argues that Samson's life is marked by the same cycles of adultery, bondage, crying out, and deliverance that structure the Book of Judges as a whole. Mascrenghe continues to pursue the theme of God's adulterous wife through a comparison of the Levite-concubine story of Judges 19 to that of Hosea and Gomer.Samson as God's Adulterous Wife demonstrates the author's own method for recognizing intertextual narrative allusions. Drawing from a wide variety of disciplines-including narratology, sociology, and theological hermeneutics- Samson as God's Adulterous Wife offers a fresh perspective on the role of the Samson story within the broader intertextual thematic space of the Hebrew Bible.

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Samson as God's Adulterous Wife
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Samson as God's Adulterous Wife reveals striking parallels between the depiction of Samson in the Book of Judges and the prophetic literature's metaphorical representations of Israel as an adulterous woman. This book endeavors to understand why Judges dwells on Samson's sexual and romantic relationships while the personal lives of the other six judges are not afforded the same narrative attention. M. Alroy Mascrenghe compares adulterous Samson with idolatrous Israel and argues that Samson's life is marked by the same cycles of adultery, bondage, crying out, and deliverance that structure the Book of Judges as a whole. Mascrenghe continues to pursue the theme of God's adulterous wife through a comparison of the Levite-concubine story of Judges 19 to that of Hosea and Gomer.Samson as God's Adulterous Wife demonstrates the author's own method for recognizing intertextual narrative allusions. Drawing from a wide variety of disciplines-including narratology, sociology, and theological hermeneutics- Samson as God's Adulterous Wife offers a fresh perspective on the role of the Samson story within the broader intertextual thematic space of the Hebrew Bible.

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Jhwh: der Wettergott Hoseas?
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Der Monotheismus in Israel entwickelte sich über einen längeren Zeitraum hin. Was stand am Anfang dieser Entwicklung? Was für ein Gott war Jhwh, bevor er zu "dem einen" Gott wurde? Die Antworten auf diese Fragen variieren, je nachdem, wie man den Namen Jhwh etymologisch herleitet und wie man für literarisches Urgestein gehaltene Texte literar- und traditionsgeschichtlich einordnet. In der Regel werden als Quellen dabei fast ausschließlich poetische Texte herangezogen (v.a. Ri 5, Hab 3, Dtn 33, Ps 68). Szabolcs-Ferencz Kató geht dieser Frage auf eine andere Weise nach, indem er nämlich mit Hosea ein relativ altes prophetisches Buch motivgeschichtlich untersucht und darin ein archaisches Gottesprofil herausarbeitet. Dementsprechend dominieren bei Jhwh die Wettergottzüge des Baal-Hadad-Typs, was sich so interpretieren lässt, dass Jhwh ursprünglich selbst ein Wettergott dieser Art war.

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