As it is Written and Other Citation Formulae in the Old Testament: Their Use, Development, Syntax and Significance

Framsida
Walter de Gruyter, 2002 - 301 sidor

This volume examines the use of citation formulae in the Old Testament. After demonstrating the lack of consensus and method in the treatment of such exegetical devices, the author addresses the need for a sustained examination of citation formulae and related expressions.

This inquiry focuses on the careful identification of the referents of citation bases as a basis for the study of inner-biblical exegesis. Further insights are offered on the development of such exegetical devices, the hermeneutics of the post-exilic community, and the syntax of comparative statements in Hebrew.

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The Present State of the Analysis of Citation Formulæ
1
The Significance of the Proper Reading of Citation Formulæ
12
Conclusion
20
Phrases of the First Element
30
Conclusions regarding the Use of in with NonLegal
70
An Expanded Analysis of the Types of Syntactic
88
Citation Bases with Legal Referents מצא כָּתוּב C
119
The Participial Form
154
Conclusions
216
Citation Bases with PN
226
Conclusions
234
Conclusions
236
Previous Scholarship
252
Bibliography
259
196
273
Indices
277

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174
Other ProForms
180

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Om författaren (2002)

The author is an Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Simpson College, Redding, Calif., USA.

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