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e-Book The Creation of Man and Woman: Interpretations of the Biblical Narratives in Jewish and Christian Traditions (Themes in Biblical Narrative) download

e-Book The Creation of Man and Woman: Interpretations of the Biblical Narratives in Jewish and Christian Traditions (Themes in Biblical Narrative) download

by Gerard P Luttikhuizen

ISBN: 9004116710
ISBN13: 978-9004116719
Language: English
Publisher: Brill (August 1, 2000)
Pages: 216
Category: Bible Study and Reference
Subategory: Christian Books

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Themes in Biblical Narrative (TBN) publishes studies dealing with early interpretations and receptions of Biblical materials. The series includes congress volumes and monographs

Themes in Biblical Narrative (TBN) publishes studies dealing with early interpretations and receptions of Biblical materials. The series includes congress volumes and monographs Having treated the basic texts for this narrative or theme, other contributions follow its earliest interpretations and receptions throughout the subsequent phases of ancient Judaism, early Christianity, and Islam where appropriate. Studies which illuminate the successive inculturations into the various Umwelts - the Ancient Near East, the Graeco-Roman World - are also included.

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Gerard P. This volume deals with the three stories about the creation of man and woman in the Hebrew Bible (Genesis 1:26-27; 2:7; and 2:18-25) and with diverse interpretations of these narratives in Judaism and Christianity, particularly in ancient Jewish and Christian texts: Old Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigraphs, Philo, the apostle Paul, Patristic, Rabbinic, and Gnostic texts.

in Biblical Narrative. Due attention is given by E. Noort to the issues of gender and sexual duality. Bremmer discusses ancient Greek conceptions of the origin of human beings, notably the lesser-known stories about the first female(s). The following seven chapters deal with diverse early-Jewish and early-Christian interpretations of the ancient creation stories.

Article in Shofar An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 21(3):159-162 · January 2003 with 34 Reads. Cite this publication.

Series : Themes in Biblical narrative ; Vol. ; 83.

Publication: Leiden : Brill (Holland), 2000Description: 214 . SBN: 90-04-11671-0. Dewey: 29. C912Subject: Адам (Библейский персонаж), Adam ( Biblical figure) Сотворение мира - История доктрин, Creation - History of doctrines Ева (Библейский персонаж), Eve (Biblical figure). Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

This book focuses on how the interpretive traditions derived from Genesis 4 exerted significant influence on Jewish and Christian authors who knew rewritten versions of the story. The goal is to help readers appreciate these traditions within the broader interpretive context rather than within the narrow confines of the canon.

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This collection of essays examines how stories from the biblical narrative of Israel in the Wilderness (Exodus 16-Deuteronomy 34) were interpreted by later Jewish and Christian writers (ca. 400 BCE-500 CE) as they sought to speak to their own circumstances. Israel in the Wilderness. Themes in Biblical Narrative.

This volume deals with the three stories about the creation of man and woman in the Hebrew Bible (Genesis 1:26-27; 2:7; and 2:18-25) and with diverse interpretations of these narratives in Judaism and Christianity, particularly in ancient Jewish and Christian texts: Old Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, Philo, the apostle Paul, Patristic, Rabbinic, and Gnostic texts. Other chapters are devoted to John Milton's recreation of Eve and Adam, to a psycho-analytical reconsideration of the biblical creation stories, and to divine creation as a model for human creation in theatre and other art forms.
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