Social justice and the Hebrew Bible / Norman K. Gottwald.
Gottwald, Norman K. (Norman Karol), 1926- (author.)
- ISBN 9781498290555
- Publicerad: Eugene, Oregon : Cascade Books, -2018
- Engelska volumes <1, 2, 3>
Serie: Center and library of the Bible and social justice series
- Volume 1. (xviii, 149 pages) What does sociology have to do with the Bible? -- The Bible and economic ethics -- Social class as an analytic and hermeneutical category in biblical studies -- Social class and ideology in Isaiah 40-55: an Eagletonian reading -- Ideology and ideologies in Israelite prophecy -- Periodization, interactive power networks, and teleological constraints in Hebrew Bible studies -- Icelandic and Israelite beginnings-- Structure and origin of the early Israelite and Iroquois "confederacies" -- James Muilenburg: superlative teacher (1896-1974) -- David Jobling: fearless frontiersman -- Marvin L. Chaney: master social critic -- Jack H. Elliott: breacher of boundaries.
- Volume 2. (xi, 185 pages) Early Israel as an anti-imperial community -- The origins of Israel as a textual and theological problem -- Models for envisioning early Israel -- Triumphalist versus Anti-Triumphalist versions of early Israel : a response to articles by Lemche and Dever -- Historical description versus historical representation and symbol -- The interplay of religion and ethnicity in ancient Israel -- Proto-globalization and proto-secularization in ancient Israel -- Revisiting "The tribes of Yahweh" after twenty-five years -- Religion and politics : early Israel and Judaism -- The puzzling politics of ancient Israel -- The role of biblical politics in contextual theologies -- Reviews and reflections: -- Forward to Jeremy Young, "The violence of God and the war on terror" -- Reflections on R. S. Sugirtharajah's "Asian biblical hermeneutics and postcolonialism" and "The Bible and the third way" -- Review of Stephen L. Cook, "The social roots of biblical Yahwism" -- Review of Marty E. Stevens, "Temples, titles, and taxes" -- Review of Philip R. Davies, "The origins of biblical Israel" -- Review of Joshua A. Berman, "Created equal : how the Bible broke with ancient political thought".
- Volume 3. (xi, 167 pages) Social drama in the Psalms of individual lament -- Kingship in the Book of Psalms -- Abusing the Bible: The case of Deuteronomy -- Do not fear what they fear: a post-9/11 reflection (Isaiah 8:11-15) -- The expropriated and the expropriators in Nehemiah 5 -- How do extrabiblical sociopolitical data illuminate obscure biblical texts? The case of Ecclesiastes 5:8-9 (Heb. 5:7-8) -- Framing biblical interpretation at New York Theological Seminary -- Theological education as a theory-praxis loop -- The Bible as nurturer of passive and active worldviews -- Biblical scholarship in public discourse -- On framing elections: the stories we tell ourselves -- Values and economic structures.
- Social justice -- Biblical teaching. (LCSH)
- Social justice -- Biblical teaching. (fast)
- Criticism, interpretation, etc. (fast)
- Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- Bible. Old Testament.
- Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- Bible -- Social scientific criticism.
- BS1199.J8 (LCC)
- 221.6/7 (DDC)
- Cca (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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