9781845531010

Symposia: Dialogues Concerning the History of Biblical Interpretation

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    9781845531010

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    1845531019

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 8/8/2014
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

By bringing the key people in the history of biblical studies to life in a series of short stories, this book provides an alternative introduction to and engagement with Hebrew Bible studies. It seeks to explain, contextualize and critique key moments in the history of these studies. However, in contrast to the usual dry textbook, it does so by means of an approach that will engage, entertain and hopefully excite students over and above the usual dry textbook.

Author Biography

Roland Boer is Senior Logan Research Fellow in the Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology at Monash University, Australia.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Abbreviationsp. xiii
Caught in the Prolegomena: Julius Wellhausen and Source Criticismp. 1
In the Beginning: Hermann Gunkel and Form Criticismp. 26
In the Underground: Martin Noth and Redaction Criticismp. 47
The Longest Revolution: Phyllis Trible and Feminist Criticismp. 70
A Spectre Is Haunting Biblical Studies: Norman Gottwald and the Social Sciencesp. 89
On the Beach: The Bible and Culture Collective and the Postmodern Biblep. 112
Select Bibliographyp. 143
Subject Indexp. 147
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