Deuteronomy–Kings as Emerging Authoritative Books: A Conversation
by Diana V. Edelman
SBL Press, 2014
eISBN: 978-1-58983-739-3 | Paper: 978-1-58983-740-9 | Cloth: 978-1-58983-913-7
Library of Congress Classification BS1171.3.D38 2014
Dewey Decimal Classification 221.667

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Explore how the past came to address the present and the future and why it became important for emerging Jewish identity.


Experts explore the themes and topics that made Deuteronomy and the Former Prophets appealing to ancient readers leading ultimately to those texts becoming authoritative for Persian and Hellenistic readers. This unique collection of essays focuses on what larger impact these texts might have had on primary and secondary audiences as part of emerging Torah. Contributors include Klaus-Peter Adam, Yairah Amit, Thomas M. Bolin, Philip R. Davies, Serge Frolov, Susanne Gilmayr-Bucher, E. Axel Knauf, Christoph Levin, James R. Linville, and Thomas Römer, and Diana V. Edelman.


Features:



  • Essays focused on why texts became authoritative instead of when they were written or their historicity

  • Two scholars examine each book providing a range of views

  • Coverage of the socio-religious function of emerging Torah in the Persian and early Hellenistic periods


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