Thematic Threads in the Book of the Twelve

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Paul L. Redditt, Aaron Schart
Walter de Gruyter, 2003 - 376 páginas
For some years the view has become established that the Book of the Twelve is a systematically structured literary unity. An exegesis which takes the final canonical text seriously undertakes to understand the structure and theological intention of this unity. The papers collected here attempt to reveal significant structures which overarch the individual components. Particular emphasis is placed on the reconstruction of thematic threads which are created when individual prophets take up topics from their predecessors (e.g. Jehovah's Day, conversion, role of the peoples) and intensify them. The papers were written between 1999 and 2002 under the aegis of the Society of Biblical Literature's Working Group on The Formation of the Book of the Twelve.
 

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The Repentance of Nineveh in the Story of Jonah and Nahums
2
Method
23
The Fifth Vision of Amos in Context
46
How Misplaced Are They?
72
Forming the Twelve and Forming Canon
90
Canonical Order
101
The Place and Function of Joel in the Book of the Twelve
133
the Book of the Twelve as Reflected in the Aggada
155
The Days of YHWH in the Book of the Twelve
192
Die prophetische Ehemetaphorik und die Bewertung
214
Reconstructing the Book of the Four
232
Futurism in the Preexilic Minor Prophets Compared with
252
Prophecy after the Manner of Ezekiel
273
The Perspective on the Nations in the Book of Micah as
292
Returning to the Lord the Day
313
Works Cited
339

The Canonical Location of Habakkuk
165
Theodicy in the Book of the Twelve
175
Scripture Index
365
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Sobre el autor (2003)

Dr. Paul L. Redditt is professor for the Old Testament at Georgetown College, Kentucky/USA.

Dr. Aaron Schart is professor for Old und New Testament at the University of Essen.

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