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Date Palm Genetic Resources and Utilization
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This important 2-volume reference book is the first comprehensive resource reflecting the current global status and prospects of date palm cultivation by country. This volume covers Asia and Europe. The Asian countries included are: Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Pakistan, Oman, Yemen, Israel, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Syria, Palestine and India. Europe is represented by Spain. Topics discussed are: cultivation practices, genetic resources and breeding, conservation and germplasm banks, cultivar classification and identification based on morphological and molecular markers, micropropagation and progress toward scale-up production, and advances in dates processing and marketing. Chapters are supported by tables and color photographs. Appendixes summarize traits and distribution of major cultivars, commercial resources of offshoots and in vitro plants, and institutions and scientific societies concerned with date palm.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.02.2020
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Date Palm Genetic Resources and Utilization
146,28 € *
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This important 2-volume reference book is the first comprehensive resource reflecting the current global status and prospects of date palm cultivation by country. This volume covers Asia and Europe. The Asian countries included are: Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Pakistan, Oman, Yemen, Israel, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Syria, Palestine and India. Europe is represented by Spain. Topics discussed are: cultivation practices, genetic resources and breeding, conservation and germplasm banks, cultivar classification and identification based on morphological and molecular markers, micropropagation and progress toward scale-up production, and advances in dates processing and marketing. Chapters are supported by tables and color photographs. Appendixes summarize traits and distribution of major cultivars, commercial resources of offshoots and in vitro plants, and institutions and scientific societies concerned with date palm.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.02.2020
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Israel, Covenant, Law
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Pauline studies are in a conundrum. The Reformation perspectives championed by great men like Martin Luther and John Calvin have been challenged recently by the rise of the new perspective on Paul. The main point of contention seems to be the place of biblical law in salvation. While the Reformation perspectives, based in part on Paul's apparent attacks on law, assert that salvation is a free gift unmerited by human works, the new perspective suggests the law is an integral part of the work of salvation. It holds that Paul's attacks on the law were focused only on specific aspects of law, the so-called boundary markers. This book, while having points of contact with both outlooks, takes a different view on Paul and the law. Building on Paul's self-identification as a Christian, and Christian views on the covenant, it endeavors to give biblical law its due place in the plan of salvation and the life of the believer. ''This book is timely since it emerges on the eve of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. If its strong Bible-based propositions are genuinely and completely accepted, the result will be a radical paradigm shift in the teaching and practice of Paul's writings. Indeed, a library on contemporary Pauline studies and New Testament scholarship is incomplete without it.'' --Ikechukwu Michael Oluikpe, the Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica ''Papaioannou's Israel, Covenant, Law comes as an academic celebration of the Protestant Reformation's quincentenary in 2017. It dashes trough the pros and cons of the old and the new perspectives on Paul, creating a tenable new way of looking at the Pauline theological design with regards to law, covenant, Israel, and salvation. The author is diligent in exegesis and considerate towards practical aspects that derive from it.'' -- Laurentiu Mot, Dean, Adventist Theological Institute, Cernica, Romania ''Kim Papaioannou is honest and right in saying that this book may change the way you see Pauline theology and exegesis. His Greek native background gives a refreshing meaning to koine Greek expressions, and his historical academic background gives the book a scholarly weight, which have to be considered by those who seriously study Pauline theology. His direct exegetical approach to difficult passages gives a new perspective on practical issues for daily life and salvation.'' --Luis Ivan Martinez-Toledo, Vista University, Mexico ''Theologians have been debating for 2,000 years about what Paul really meant. Sometimes these debates only complicate the understanding of the great apostle. Kim Papaioannou, on the other hand, answers many difficult questions regarding Paul's writings in a very clear and easy way. His approach is so simple, but at the same time his arguments are so convincing that when you read his book you inevitably ask yourself: how did I not think of it myself? I must confess I began to understand Paul only after I read this book!'' --Felix Poniatowski, Vice President for Academics in Ukrainian Institute of Arts and Sciences Kim Papaioannou holds a PhD in Theology with an emphasis in the New Testament from the University of Durham in England. He has served as church minister and professor of theology in Europe and Asia for over twenty years.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.02.2020
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Walking with Moses, Talking with God: Lessons L...
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Walking With Moses--Talking With God is a six week small group study that will take readers on a journey through the most significant events in the life of Moses as he finds himself an unlikely leader of the children of Israel. Situations lived by Moses will bring clarity to the path many of us walk following God; times of questioning, strange encounters, significant markers, and evidence of provision and protection. The interactive nature of the study will enhance the learning experience and provide a challenge for the heart and mind.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.02.2020
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The Levites and the Boundaries of Israelite Ide...
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At a glance, the Hebrew Bible presents the Levites as a group of ritual assistants and subordinates in Israel's cult. A closer look, however, reveals a far more complicated history behind the emergence of this group in Ancient Israel. A careful reconsideration of the sources provides new insights into the origins of the Levites, their social function and location, and the development of traditions that grew around them. The social location and self-perception of the Levites evolved alongside the network of clans and tribes that grew into a monarchic society, and alongside the struggle to define religious and social identity in the face of foreign cultures. This book proposes new ways to see not only how these changes affected Levite self-perception but also the manner in which this perception affected larger trends as Israelite religion evolved into nascent Judaism. By consulting the textual record, archaeological evidence, the study of cultural memory and social-scientific models, Mark Leuchter demonstrates that the Levites emerge as boundary markers and boundary makers in the definition of what it meant to be part of 'Israel.'

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.02.2020
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The Levites and the Boundaries of Israelite Ide...
95,90 CHF *
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At a glance, the Hebrew Bible presents the Levites as a group of ritual assistants and subordinates in Israel's cult. A closer look, however, reveals a far more complicated history behind the emergence of this group in Ancient Israel. A careful reconsideration of the sources provides new insights into the origins of the Levites, their social function and location, and the development of traditions that grew around them. The social location and self-perception of the Levites evolved alongside the network of clans and tribes that grew into a monarchic society, and alongside the struggle to define religious and social identity in the face of foreign cultures. This book proposes new ways to see not only how these changes affected Levite self-perception but also the manner in which this perception affected larger trends as Israelite religion evolved into nascent Judaism. By consulting the textual record, archaeological evidence, the study of cultural memory and social-scientific models, Mark Leuchter demonstrates that the Levites emerge as boundary markers and boundary makers in the definition of what it meant to be part of 'Israel.'

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.02.2020
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Focusing Biblical Studies: The Crucial Nature o...
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This volume makes a positive intervention into maximalist/minimalist debates about Israelite historiography by pointing to the events that happened during the Persian and Hellenistic periods. During this historical epoch, traditions about Israel and Judah's founding became fixed as markers of ethnic identity, and much of the canonical Hebrew Bible came into its present form. Concentrating on these events, a clearer historical picture emerges. The entire volume is set within the context of Douglas A. Knight's contributions, which have encouraged a rigorous social-scientific and tradition-historical approach to the Hebrew Bible and ancient Israel in general.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.02.2020
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Israel, Covenant, Law
25,99 € *
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Pauline studies are in a conundrum. The Reformation perspectives championed by great men like Martin Luther and John Calvin have been challenged recently by the rise of the new perspective on Paul. The main point of contention seems to be the place of biblical law in salvation. While the Reformation perspectives, based in part on Paul's apparent attacks on law, assert that salvation is a free gift unmerited by human works, the new perspective suggests the law is an integral part of the work of salvation. It holds that Paul's attacks on the law were focused only on specific aspects of law, the so-called boundary markers. This book, while having points of contact with both outlooks, takes a different view on Paul and the law. Building on Paul's self-identification as a Christian, and Christian views on the covenant, it endeavors to give biblical law its due place in the plan of salvation and the life of the believer. ''This book is timely since it emerges on the eve of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. If its strong Bible-based propositions are genuinely and completely accepted, the result will be a radical paradigm shift in the teaching and practice of Paul's writings. Indeed, a library on contemporary Pauline studies and New Testament scholarship is incomplete without it.'' --Ikechukwu Michael Oluikpe, the Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica ''Papaioannou's Israel, Covenant, Law comes as an academic celebration of the Protestant Reformation's quincentenary in 2017. It dashes trough the pros and cons of the old and the new perspectives on Paul, creating a tenable new way of looking at the Pauline theological design with regards to law, covenant, Israel, and salvation. The author is diligent in exegesis and considerate towards practical aspects that derive from it.'' -- Laurentiu Mot, Dean, Adventist Theological Institute, Cernica, Romania ''Kim Papaioannou is honest and right in saying that this book may change the way you see Pauline theology and exegesis. His Greek native background gives a refreshing meaning to koine Greek expressions, and his historical academic background gives the book a scholarly weight, which have to be considered by those who seriously study Pauline theology. His direct exegetical approach to difficult passages gives a new perspective on practical issues for daily life and salvation.'' --Luis Ivan Martinez-Toledo, Vista University, Mexico ''Theologians have been debating for 2,000 years about what Paul really meant. Sometimes these debates only complicate the understanding of the great apostle. Kim Papaioannou, on the other hand, answers many difficult questions regarding Paul's writings in a very clear and easy way. His approach is so simple, but at the same time his arguments are so convincing that when you read his book you inevitably ask yourself: how did I not think of it myself? I must confess I began to understand Paul only after I read this book!'' --Felix Poniatowski, Vice President for Academics in Ukrainian Institute of Arts and Sciences Kim Papaioannou holds a PhD in Theology with an emphasis in the New Testament from the University of Durham in England. He has served as church minister and professor of theology in Europe and Asia for over twenty years.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.02.2020
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Walking with Moses, Talking with God: Lessons L...
11,99 € *
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Walking With Moses--Talking With God is a six week small group study that will take readers on a journey through the most significant events in the life of Moses as he finds himself an unlikely leader of the children of Israel. Situations lived by Moses will bring clarity to the path many of us walk following God; times of questioning, strange encounters, significant markers, and evidence of provision and protection. The interactive nature of the study will enhance the learning experience and provide a challenge for the heart and mind.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.02.2020
Zum Angebot