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South African perspectives on the Pentateuch between synchrony and diachrony / edited by Jurie le Roux and Eckart Otto.

Contributor(s): Le Roux, J. H. (Jurie Hendrik), 1944- | Otto, Eckart.
Material type: TextTextSeries: T & T Clark library of biblical studies. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies: 463.Publisher: London ; New York : T & T Clark International, c2007Description: xi, 205 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780567029928 (hardcover : alk. paper); 0567029921 (hardcover : alk. paper).Subject(s): Bible. O.T. Pentateuch -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Theology -- South Africa
Contents:
Setting the scene : the battle of the signs / Jurie le Roux -- A hidden truth behind the text or the truth of the text : at a turning point in biblical scholarship two hundred years after De Wette's Dissertatio critico exegetica / Eckart Otta -- The pivotal meaning of Pentateuch research for a history of Israelite and Jewish religion and society / Eckart Otto -- Methodology and exegesis : the tools-and what they are designed for / Gerda de Villiers -- Old Testament between diachrony and synchrony : two reasons for favouring the former / Christo Lombaard -- The blessings in Genesis 49 and Deuteronomy 33 : awareness of intertextuality / Hans Ulrich Steymans -- Reading the Pentateuch with both eyes open : on reading biblical texts multidimensionally / Louis Jonker -- Changing paradigms : Old Testament scholarship between synchrony and diachrony / Alphonso Groenewald -- Criticism of government : Deuteronomy 17:14-20 between (and beyond) synchrony and diachrony / Eben Scheffler -- Will synchronic research into the Pentateuch keep the scientific study of the Old Testament alive in the RSA? / Izak J.J. Spangenberg -- Synchrony, diachrony and reality : the anti-realist ontological implications of theological pluralism in the Pentateuch / Jaco W. Gericke -- Iconographical evidence for a theory on astral worship in seventh and sixth century Judah / Frances Klopper -- Synchrony and diachrony in apocalyptic studies / Pieter M. Venter.
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Setting the scene : the battle of the signs / Jurie le Roux -- A hidden truth behind the text or the truth of the text : at a turning point in biblical scholarship two hundred years after De Wette's Dissertatio critico exegetica / Eckart Otta -- The pivotal meaning of Pentateuch research for a history of Israelite and Jewish religion and society / Eckart Otto -- Methodology and exegesis : the tools-and what they are designed for / Gerda de Villiers -- Old Testament between diachrony and synchrony : two reasons for favouring the former / Christo Lombaard -- The blessings in Genesis 49 and Deuteronomy 33 : awareness of intertextuality / Hans Ulrich Steymans -- Reading the Pentateuch with both eyes open : on reading biblical texts multidimensionally / Louis Jonker -- Changing paradigms : Old Testament scholarship between synchrony and diachrony / Alphonso Groenewald -- Criticism of government : Deuteronomy 17:14-20 between (and beyond) synchrony and diachrony / Eben Scheffler -- Will synchronic research into the Pentateuch keep the scientific study of the Old Testament alive in the RSA? / Izak J.J. Spangenberg -- Synchrony, diachrony and reality : the anti-realist ontological implications of theological pluralism in the Pentateuch / Jaco W. Gericke -- Iconographical evidence for a theory on astral worship in seventh and sixth century Judah / Frances Klopper -- Synchrony and diachrony in apocalyptic studies / Pieter M. Venter.

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