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The Oxford Handbook Of Isaiah by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer

Title The Oxford Handbook of Isaiah
Author Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date 2020
Category Bible
Total Pages 712
ISBN 9780190669249
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The book of Isaiah is one of the longest books in the Hebrew Bible. It contains some of the most hauntingly beautiful passages in the entire Bible, and it has influenced Judaism and Christianity to an exceptional extent. Many of its passages feature in the liturgies of the synagogue and of the church. In Jewish tradition, the threefold acclamation of God's holiness in Isa 6:3 is recited in prayers throughout the day: it is, for example, among the benedictions framing the recitation of the Shema' in the morning and part of the central prayer called the Amidah. In Christian tradition, Isa 7:14 is understood to predict the virgin birth; and Isa 9:1-7, the incarnation. Isa 40:3-5 is identified as speaking about John the Baptist, and Isa 52:13-53:12 is read on Good Friday to illustrate Jesus's suffering, death, and resurrection"--

Title Jerusalem and Other Holy Places as Foci of Multireligious and Ideological Confrontation
Author Anonim
Publisher BRILL
Release Date 2020-12-07
Category Religion
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9789004437210
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jerusalem and Other Holy Places as Foci of Multireligious and Ideological Confrontation demonstrates the variety in the study of holy places, as well as the flexibility of geographic and historical aspects of holiness.

Title Mapping Judah s Fate in Ezekiel s Oracles Against the Nations
Author Lydia Lee
Publisher SBL Press
Release Date 2016-10-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 316
ISBN 0884141837
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ezekiel 25-32 contains some of the most virulent speeches directed against the neighboring nations of Judah. Assuming the opposing statuses between the nations and Judah, some emphasize that the destruction of the nations in chapters 25-32 means the upcoming salvation of God's people. Presupposing the nations as judged according to a separate standard of morality, others render the judgment executed upon the nations irrelevant to that upon Judah. Are these then the only two readings of Ezekiel's oracles against the nations? In this study, Lydia Lee postulates a third way to perceive the rhetorical roles of the nations in Ezek 25-32. Unravelling the intricate connections between the oracles against the nations and those against Judah, Lee argues that Ezek 25-32 contains a daring message directed not only against the foreign nations, but also against Judah's land, temple, and nation. In the end, Lee places Ezek 25-32 in a broader context, considering how samples of its early reception within the prophetic book affirm or transform the bleak message about the oblique judgment for the house of Judah.

Title New Collegeville Bible Commentary
Author Daniel Durken
Publisher Liturgical Press
Release Date 2017-11-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 1560
ISBN 9780814646830
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The completion of all thirty-seven volumes of the New Collegeville Bible Commentary means an important new resource is fully available to all who wish to delve more deeply into the word of God. Now the one-volume, hardcover edition brings together every volume into a single, accessible guide to the entire Bible in a convenient and attractive format. This comprehensive resource contains the same expert commentary that characterizes the complete series of individual books. Contributors include some of today’s most highly regarded Scripture scholars, as well as some of the freshest young voices in the field. The commentaries, while reflecting the latest in biblical scholarship and study, are written in easy-to-understand language and bring expert insight into the Old and New Testament to Bible study participants, teachers, students, preachers, and all readers of the Bible. Includes full-color maps.

Joel Obadiah Habakkuk Zephaniah by Tchavdar S. Hadjiev

Title Joel Obadiah Habakkuk Zephaniah
Author Tchavdar S. Hadjiev
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2020-01-09
Category Religion
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9780567680488
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Tchavdar S. Hadjiev introduces students to the books of Joel, Obadiah, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah (the Minor Prophets) in their original historical contexts and to the issues surrounding their composition and interpretation. Hadjiev pays particular attention to important topics such as eschatology, prophecy and cult, intertextuality, theodicy and the genre of the prophetic book. Readers will come to grips with the key themes of judgment, repentance, and salvation in relation to their historical and canonical contexts. Finally, Hadjiev provides a theological evaluation of the prophetic attitude to foreigners and the vision of their final destruction, which is pervasive in Joel, Obadiah, Habakkuk and Zephaniah, and helps readers to grapple with this theme in a modern context.

Ezekiel Daniel by Corrine L. Carvalho

Title Ezekiel Daniel
Author Corrine L. Carvalho
Publisher Liturgical Press
Release Date 2016-12-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9780814647868
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The books of Ezekiel and Daniel provide some of the most memorable stories and images of the Old Testament. Ezekiel, the wild prophet of the Babylonian exile, gave us images of the blazing wheeled throne of God leaving Jerusalem and the valley of dry bones that only God could restore to life. Struggling to prove his authenticity as a prophet, Ezekiel gives hard messages to the people of Israel that predict the fall of Jerusalem and punishment of all the nations. At the heart of the fiery speech and actions, however, is someone trying to explain how Jerusalem could fall and Israel could lose the Promised Land. In the end, there can be no mistake about his message of God's power and the cost of Israel's unfaithfulness. The prophet Daniel's message balances that of Ezekiel's, offering stories of God's faithfulness to those who keep the law. The dramatic stories of the three men in the fiery furnace and Daniel in the lion's den, as well as the account of Susanna and the elders, show God's saving power to those who are faithful. Daniel's message is one of hope for a people living under severe oppression during and after exile. Combining storytelling, prophecy, and apocalyptic, this book puts history in the context of God's larger plan for humanity.

Title The Book of Ezekiel Chapters 25 48
Author Daniel I. Block
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release Date 1998-06-19
Category Religion
Total Pages 849
ISBN 9781467423717
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This work completes Daniel Block's two-volume commentary on the book of Ezekiel. The result of twelve years of studying this difficult section of Scripture, this volume, like the one on chapters 1-24, provides an excellent discussion of the background of Ezekiel and offers a verse-by-verse exposition that makes clear the message of this obscure and often misunderstood prophet. Block also shows that Ezekiel's ancient wisdom and vision are still very much needed as we enter the twenty-first century.

Ezekiel Daniel by EuGene Carpenter

Title Ezekiel Daniel
Author EuGene Carpenter
Publisher Tyndale House
Release Date 2018-02-06
Category
Total Pages 488
ISBN 9781414399157
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Cornerstone Biblical Commentary series provides up-to-date, evangelical scholarship on the Old and New Testaments. Each volume is designed to equip pastors and Christian leaders with exegetical and theological knowledge to better understand and apply God’s Word by presenting the message of each passage as well as an overview of other issues surrounding the text. The commentary series has been structured to help readers get at the meaning of Scripture, passage-by-passage, through the entire Bible. The New Living Translation is an authoritative Bible translation, rendered faithfully into today’s English from the ancient texts by 90 leading Bible scholars. The NLT’s scholarship and clarity breathe life into even the most difficult-to-understand Bible passages—but even more powerful are stories of how people's lives are changing as the words speak directly to their hearts. That's why we call it “The Truth Made Clear.” David L. Thompson (Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University) has written scores of popular and professional articles. His books include Bible Study That Works and God’s Healing for Hurting Families. Dr. Thompson, an ordained elder in The Wesleyan Church, has pastored several churches. Eugene Carpenter (Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is Scholar in Residence and Professor of Old Testament, Hebrew, and Biblical Theology at Bethel College, Mishawaka, IN. He has authored and contributed to several books including commentaries on Exodus and Deuteronomy.

Ezekiel Daniel by David L. Thompson

Title Ezekiel Daniel
Author David L. Thompson
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Release Date 2010-11-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 470
ISBN 9780842334358
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Cornerstone Biblical Commentary series provides up-to-date, evangelical scholarship on the Old and New Testaments. Each volume is designed to equip pastors and Christian leaders with exegetical and theological knowledge to better understand and apply God’s Word by presenting the message of each passage as well as an overview of other issues surrounding the text. The commentary series has been structured to help readers get at the meaning of Scripture, passage-by-passage, through the entire Bible. The New Living Translation is an authoritative Bible translation, rendered faithfully into today’s English from the ancient texts by 90 leading Bible scholars. The NLT’s scholarship and clarity breathe life into even the most difficult-to-understand Bible passages—but even more powerful are stories of how people's lives are changing as the words speak directly to their hearts. That's why we call it “The Truth Made Clear.” David L. Thompson (Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University) has written scores of popular and professional articles. His books include Bible Study That Works and God’s Healing for Hurting Families. Dr. Thompson, an ordained elder in The Wesleyan Church, has pastored several churches. Eugene Carpenter (Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is Scholar in Residence and Professor of Old Testament, Hebrew, and Biblical Theology at Bethel College, Mishawaka, IN. He has authored and contributed to several books including commentaries on Exodus and Deuteronomy.

Concerning The Nations by Andrew Mein

Title Concerning the Nations
Author Andrew Mein
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2015-02-26
Category Religion
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780567660077
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel share much in common. They address the pivotal times and topics associated with the last stages of the monarchical history of Israel, and with the development of new forms of communal and religious life through exile and beyond. One important structural component of all three books is a substantial section which concerns itself with a range of foreign nations, commonly called the “Oracles against the Nations”, which form the focus of this book. These chapters together present the most up-to-date scholarship on the oracles - an oft-neglected but significant area in the study of the prophetic literature. The particular characteristics of Isaiah, Jeremiah (both Masoretic Text and Septuagint versions), and Ezekiel, are discussed showcasing the unique issues pertinent to each book and the diverse methods used to address them. These evident differences aside, the Oracles Against the Nations are employed as a springboard in order to begin the work of tracing similarities between the texts. By focusing on these unique yet common sections, a range of interrelated themes and issues of both content and method become noticeable: for example, though not exhaustively, pattern, structure, language, comparative history, archaeology, sociology, politics, literature, imagery, theme, theology, and hermeneutical issues related to today's context. As a result this collection presents a range of cutting-edge approaches on these key prophetic books, and will provide a basis for further comparative study and reflection.

Ezekiel by John W. Olley

Title Ezekiel
Author John W. Olley
Publisher BRILL
Release Date 2009
Category Religion
Total Pages 589
ISBN 9789004177130
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This work is the first major commentary to focus on the text of LXX Ezekiel in any modern language. Rather than seeing LXX mainly as a text-critical resource with variants to be explained, this commentary, as part of the Septuagint Commentary Series, examines a specific manuscript in its own right as a document used by Greek readers unfamiliar with Hebrew. Included are transcription and English translation of Codex Vaticanus, the oldest extant manuscript of the whole book, and a detailed commentary that also compares the earlier P967 and the Masoretic Text where they differ. Another major new contribution is the utilisation of the sense-delimitation (paragraphs) of Codex Vaticanus itself, exploring how this influences reading of the text.

Jeremiah Baruch by Pauline A. Viviano

Title Jeremiah Baruch
Author Pauline A. Viviano
Publisher Liturgical Press
Release Date 2013
Category Religion
Total Pages 166
ISBN 9780814628485
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Comprehensive and understandable, these books bring the relevance of the Old Testament to Bible study participants, teachers, students, preachers, and all readers of the Bible. The series is filled with recent scholarship, provides vital background, and addresses important questions such as authorship and cultural context.

Title The Collegeville Bible Commentary
Author Dianne Bergant
Publisher Liturgical Press
Release Date 1989
Category Religion
Total Pages 1301
ISBN 0814614841
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Previously published in 36 separate booklets.

Title War Memory and National Identity in the Hebrew Bible
Author Jacob L. Wright
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2020-08-31
Category Political Science
Total Pages 350
ISBN 9781108480895
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Shows how biblical authors, like more recent architects of national identities, constructed identity in direct relation to memories of war.

The Desire Of The Nations by Oliver O'Donovan

Title The Desire of the Nations
Author Oliver O'Donovan
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 1999-07-29
Category Political Science
Total Pages 304
ISBN 0521665167
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A new treatment of political theology - politically constructive and receptive to Christian tradition.

Title A Survey of the Old Testament Workbook
Author Andrew E. Hill
Publisher Zondervan
Release Date 2018-07-17
Category Religion
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780310556978
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This workbook accompanies A Survey of the Old Testament by Andrew E. Hill and John H. Walton. It follows the textbook's structure and offers readings, activities, and exercises designed to support the students' learning experience as they explore the literary, historical, and theological issues behind each book of the Old Testament. A Survey of the Old Testament Workbook offers students an additional contact point with the content and concepts from the main textbook and will help them better understand the Old Testament, its background, purpose, message, structure, and major themes. This workbook is an indispensable study resource for students and independent learners alike who want to deepen their understanding of the Old Testament and the God it reveals.

Ezekiel by William A. Tooman

Title Ezekiel
Author William A. Tooman
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-05
Category Bible
Total Pages 552
ISBN 3161530896
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Ezekiel studies are flourishing. The 27 essays collected in this volume were first presented in a series of special sessions under the title "Ezekiel in International Perspective" at the Society of Biblical Literature conferences in St Andrews and Vienna. The principal aim was to widen contact, cultivate understanding, and foster collaboration between international colleagues who, though working on the same ancient text, possess diverse points of view and operate from different methodological frames. The meetings allowed moments of introspection, providing the freedom and opportunity to reflect on questions of appropriate evidence, suitable methodology, and argumentative plausibility, by juxtaposing papers from diverse perspectives. The resulting collection is a portrait of the discipline in the present and a prospectus for future research. Contributors:Penelope Barter, Stephen L. Cook, Mark W. Elliott, Tobias Haner, Frank-Lothar Hossfeld, Paul M. Joyce, Anja Klein, Michael Konkel, Thomas Kruger, Jacqueline E. Lapsley, Ingrid E. Lilly, Michael A. Lyons, Tyler D. Mayfield, Christophe Nihan, Karl-Friedrich Pohlmann, Franz Sedlmeier, Daniel L. Smith-Christopher, John T. Strong, William A. Tooman, Steven S. Tuell

Title Poetic Ethics in Proverbs
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2021
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781107119420
Language English, Spanish, and French
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