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Scribal culture and intertextuality : literary and historical relationships between Job and Deutero-Isaiah / JiSeong James Kwon.

Kwon, JiSeong James, 1977- (författare)
ISBN 9783161543975
Publicerad: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, [2016]
Copyright: ©2016
Engelska xix, 277 pages
Serie: Forschungen zum Alten Testament. 2. Reihe, 1611-4914 1611-4914 ; 85
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  • Preface -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- The scope of the text -- The book of Job -- Deutero-Isaiah -- Literature review -- Assumptions and methods -- The distinctive relationship between Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- The comparative study between Job and Deutero- Isaiah -- Scholarly claims -- Types of resemblance -- Vocabulary -- Style and form -- Theme and motif -- Types of explanation offered -- Explicit and intentional reference -- Implicit reference -- Reference to a common literary source -- Critical reflections -- Limits of literary reference -- The nature of ancient texts -- Analogy -- Dating texts -- Literary dating -- Dating of Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- The misuse of intertextuality -- Theory of intertextuality -- Intertextual study in the Old Testament -- Intertextual study in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- Conclusion -- Resemblances between Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- Examining common themes and terms -- Theodicy and suffering servant -- Theodicy -- Suffering servant -- Creation and monotheism -- Creation -- Monotheism -- Terms linked to common themes -- Terms of suffering servant -- Terms of creation -- Conclusion -- Examining parallel expressions -- "Mighty in power" (Job 9:4; Isa 40:26) -- "He who alone stretched out the heavens" (Job 9:8; Isa 44:24) -- "Beyond investigation" (Job 9:10; Isa 40:28) -- "What are you doing?" (Job 9:12; Isa 45:9) -- "The hand of Yahweh has done this" (Job 12:9; Isa41:20) -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible -- Pentateuchal and Deuteronomistic texts -- Job and pentateuchal, deuteronomistic texts -- Deutero-Isaiah and pentateuchal, deuteronomistic texts -- The Book of Jeremiah -- Job and Jeremiah -- Deutero-Isaiah and Jeremiah -- First and third Isaiah -- Job and first, third Isaiah -- Deutero-Isaiah and first, third Isaiah -- The book of Psalms -- Job and Psalms -- Deutero-Isaiah and Psalms -- The book of Lamentations -- Job and Lamentations -- Deutero-Isaiah and Lamentations -- Other prophetic books -- Job and prophetic books -- Deutero-Isaiah and prophetic books -- Other wisdom books -- Job and proverbs -- Job and ecclesiastes -- Conclusion -- Scribal culture in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- Scribes and scribal culture -- Scribes as the Literati -- The extent of literacy -- Scribes in ancient near east and Israel -- The identity of scribes -- The continuity of scribal culture -- Critical reflections -- Identity and definition of scribes -- Scribes as Biblical writers -- ... in the Hebrew Bible -- Scribe in the second temple period -- Interpretation of Biblical evidence -- Jeremiah, Baruch, and Scribe : Jeremiah 36 -- Education, textuality, and enculturation -- David Carr -- Karel van der Toorn -- Conclusion -- Further discussion : sages, prophets, and scribal culture -- Sages as Biblical writers -- Prophets as Biblical writers -- Form criticism and scribal culture -- Summary -- Conclusion -- Intellectual background of Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- Literary dependence of Job on foreign literature -- Sumerian literature -- Babylonian literature -- Dialogue between a man and his God -- The Babylonian Job -- The Babylonian Theodicy -- A pessimistic dialogue between master and servant -- Ugaritic literature -- Egyptian literature -- The debate between a man and his soul -- The protests of the Eloquent peasant -- The dialogue of Ipuur and the Lord to the limit -- Evaluation : Job's reference to foreign literature -- Literary dependence of Deutero-Isaiah on foreign literature -- Babylonian inscriptions -- The Cyrus cylinder -- Babylonian royal inscriptions -- Assyrian prophetic oracles -- Oracles of encouragement to Esarhaddon -- The covenant of Aššur and reports to Assurbanipal -- Egyptian prophetic literature -- The prophecy of Neferti -- The words of Khakheperreseneb -- Evaluation : deutero-Isaiah's reference to foreign literature -- Job and Deutero-Isaiah in ancient near eastern culture -- General influence -- Personal and national suffering -- Literary dialogue in Job -- Self-presentation form in Deutero-Isaiah -- Differences in context, idea, and thought -- Considerations -- Conclusion -- Scribal ideas in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- Shared ideas in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- God's control -- God's control in Job -- God's control in Deutero-Isaiah -- Plan and determinism -- God's freedom -- God's freedom in Job -- God's freedom in Deutero-Isaiah -- Mosaic Covenant -- Implications -- Problems of God's judgment and justice -- Differences between Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- The context of Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the context of the Persian period -- Historical literature -- Hebrew poetry -- Prophetic literature -- Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the context of the Hellenistic Period -- Daniel -- Ecclesiastes -- Implications -- Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the ancient near eastern context -- Divine intervention -- Personal piety and divine sovereignty -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index of references -- Author index -- Subject index.
  • JiSeong James Kwon discusses similar linguistic expressions and themes between Job and Deutero-Isaiah, and attempts to find out a common historical background. He argues that both Job and Deutero-Isaiah significantly reflect common scribal ideas, although each text belongs to wisdom and prophetic genre. - From the back of the book. 

Ämnesord

Intertextuality in the Bible.  (LCSH)
Intertextuality in the Bible.  (fast)
Intertextualitet  -- i Bibeln (sao)

Genre

Analys och tolkning  (saogf)
Criticism, interpretation, etc.  (fast)

Titel

Bible. Job -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Isaiah, XL-LV -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Isaiah, XL-LV.
Bible. Job.
Bibeln. Job
Bibeln. Jesaja. 40-55

Klassifikation

BS1415.52 (LCC)
BS (ämneskategori)
223.106 (DDC)
Ccaba (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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