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Auteur(s) : Kwon, JiSeong James (1977-....)  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur

Titre(s) : Scribal culture and intertextuality [Texte imprimé] : literary and historical relationships between Job and Deutero-Isaiah / JiSeong James Kwon

Publication : Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, cop. 2016

Description matérielle : 1 vol. (XIX-277 p.) ; 24 cm

Collection : Forschungen zum Alten Testament. 2. Reihe, ISSN 1611-4914 ; 85

Lien à la collection : Forschungen zum Alten Testament. 2. Reihe 


Comprend : Preface Abbreviations Introduction ; The scope of the text -- ; The book of Job -- ; Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Literature review -- ; Assumptions and methods -- ; The distinctive relationship between Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; The comparative study between Job and Deutero- Isaiah -- ; Scholarly claims -- ; Types of resemblance -- ; Vocabulary -- ; Style and form -- ; Theme and motif -- ; Types of explanation offered -- ; Explicit and intentional reference -- ; Implicit reference -- ; Reference to a common literary source -- ; Critical reflections -- ; Limits of literary reference -- ; The nature of ancient texts -- ; Analogy -- ; Dating texts -- ; Literary dating -- ; Dating of Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; The misuse of intertextuality -- ; Theory of intertextuality -- ; Intertextual study in the Old Testament -- ; Intertextual study in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Conclusion -- ; Resemblances between Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Examining common themes and terms -- ; Theodicy and suffering servant -- ; Theodicy -- ; Suffering servant -- ; Creation and monotheism -- ; Creation -- ; Monotheism -- ; Terms linked to common themes -- ; Terms of suffering servant -- ; Terms of creation -- ; Conclusion -- ; Examining parallel expressions -- ; "Mighty in power" (Job 9:4; Isa 40:26) -- ; "He who alone stretched out the heavens" (Job 9:8; Isa 44:24) -- ; "Beyond investigation" (Job 9:10; Isa 40:28) -- ; "What are you doing?" (Job 9:12; Isa 45:9) -- ; "The hand of Yahweh has done this" (Job 12:9; Isa41:20) -- ; Conclusion -- ; Conclusion -- ; Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible -- ; Pentateuchal and Deuteronomistic texts -- ; Job and pentateuchal, deuteronomistic texts -- ; Deutero-Isaiah and pentateuchal, deuteronomistic texts -- ; The Book of Jeremiah -- ; Job and Jeremiah -- ; Deutero-Isaiah and Jeremiah -- ; First and third Isaiah -- ; Job and first, third Isaiah -- ; Deutero-Isaiah and first, third Isaiah -- ; The book of Psalms -- ; Job and Psalms -- ; Deutero-Isaiah and Psalms -- ; The book of Lamentations -- ; Job and Lamentations -- ; Deutero-Isaiah and Lamentations -- ; Other prophetic books -- ; Job and prophetic books -- ; Deutero-Isaiah and prophetic books -- ; Other wisdom books -- ; Job and proverbs -- ; Job and ecclesiastes -- ; Conclusion -- ; Scribal culture in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Scribes and scribal culture -- ; Scribes as the Literati -- ; The extent of literacy -- ; Scribes in ancient near east and Israel -- ; The identity of scribes -- ; The continuity of scribal culture -- ; Critical reflections -- ; Identity and definition of scribes -- ; Scribes as Biblical writers -- ; ... in the Hebrew Bible -- ; Scribe in the second temple period -- ; Interpretation of Biblical evidence -- ; Jeremiah, Baruch, and Scribe : Jeremiah 36 -- ; Education, textuality, and enculturation -- ; David Carr -- ; Karel van der Toorn -- ; Conclusion -- ; Further discussion : sages, prophets, and scribal culture -- ; Sages as Biblical writers -- ; Prophets as Biblical writers -- ; Form criticism and scribal culture -- ; Summary -- ; Conclusion -- ; Intellectual background of Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Literary dependence of Job on foreign literature -- ; Sumerian literature -- ; Babylonian literature -- ; Dialogue between a man and his God -- ; The Babylonian Job -- ; The Babylonian Theodicy -- ; A pessimistic dialogue between master and servant -- ; Ugaritic literature -- ; Egyptian literature -- ; The debate between a man and his soul -- ; The protests of the Eloquent peasant -- ; The dialogue of Ipuur and the Lord to the limit -- ; Evaluation : Job's reference to foreign literature -- ; Literary dependence of Deutero-Isaiah on foreign literature -- ; Babylonian inscriptions -- ; The Cyrus cylinder -- ; Babylonian royal inscriptions -- ; Assyrian prophetic oracles -- ; Oracles of encouragement to Esarhaddon -- ; The covenant of Aššur and reports to Assurbanipal -- ; Egyptian prophetic literature -- ; The prophecy of Neferti -- ; The words of Khakheperreseneb -- ; Evaluation : deutero-Isaiah's reference to foreign literature -- ; Job and Deutero-Isaiah in ancient near eastern culture -- ; General influence -- ; Personal and national suffering -- ; Literary dialogue in Job -- ; Self-presentation form in Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Differences in context, idea, and thought -- ; Considerations -- ; Conclusion -- ; Scribal ideas in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Shared ideas in Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; God's control -- ; God's control in Job -- ; God's control in Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Plan and determinism -- ; God's freedom -- ; God's freedom in Job -- ; God's freedom in Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Mosaic Covenant -- ; Implications -- ; Problems of God's judgment and justice -- ; Differences between Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; The context of Job and Deutero-Isaiah -- ; Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the context of the Persian period -- ; Historical literature -- ; Hebrew poetry -- ; Prophetic literature -- ; Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the context of the Hellenistic Period -- ; Daniel -- ; Ecclesiastes -- ; Implications -- ; Job and Deutero-Isaiah in the ancient near eastern context -- ; Divine intervention -- ; Personal piety and divine sovereignty --ConclusionConclusionBibliographyIndex of referencesAuthor indexSubject index

Note(s) : Bibliogr. p. 229-251. Index
Texte remanié de : Dissertation Ph.D : Department of theology and religion : Durham University : 2015
JiSeong James Kwon discusses similar linguistic expressions and themes between Job and Deutero-Isaiah, and attempts to find out a common historical background. He argues that both Job and Deutero-Isaiah significantly reflect common scribal ideas, although each text belongs to wisdom and prophetic genre. - From the back of the book


Sujet(s) : Bible. A.T.. Isaïe. 40-55 -- Critique et exégèse  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Bible. A.T.. Job -- Critique et exégèse  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet


Numéros : ISBN 9783161543975. - ISBN 3161543971
EAN 9783161543975

Notice n° :  FRBNF45098654 (notice reprise d'un réservoir extérieur)



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