The Old Testament: A Literary History
Fortress Press, 2012 - Всего страниц: 321
Renowned Hebrew Bible scholar Konrad Schmid here provides a comprehensive discussion of the task, history, and conditions of the history of Old Testament literature. He carefully considers the dynamics of language, orality, literacy, and the range of social and political conditions that shaped Israel's writing at each period of the people's history and explores the significance of the transformation of various writings into "Scripture" and a biblical canon.
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Language Writing Books and Literary Production
Part F The Literature of the Ptolemaic Period
Methods and Presentation
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