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A reader's Hebrew Bible

A reader's Hebrew Bible

by A. Philip Brown (II.),Bryan W. Smith

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 2008
  • Pages : 1652
  • ISBN : 9780310269748
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Designed to facilitate the regular reading of the Scriptures in Hebrew and Aramaic.

A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible

A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible
Second Edition

by A. Philip Brown II,Bryan W. Smith,Albert L. Lukaszewski,Richard J. Goodrich

  • Publisher : HarperOne
  • Release : 2020-05-19
  • Pages : 2272
  • ISBN : 9780310109938
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible is an ideal resource for students, pastors, and instructors familiar with the biblical languages, saving time and effort in studying Scripture in the original languages. Definitions of Greek and Hebrew words that occur less frequently appear as footnotes on every page, allowing users to read the text quickly.

Reading Between Texts

Reading Between Texts
Intertextuality and the Hebrew Bible

by Danna Nolan Fewell

  • Publisher : Westminster John Knox Press
  • Release : 1992-01-01
  • Pages : 285
  • ISBN : 9780664253936
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Intertextuality (the reading of one text in terms of another) is a diverse practice. It is a central and prevalent subject in poststructuralist literary theory. Reading between Texts is the first book to address intertextuality as it relates specifically to interpretation of the Hebrew Bible. The contributors bring together lucid theoretical discussion and sophisticated interpretations from a variety of backgrounds, offering biblical scholars and students a helpful and thorough introduction to the issues and possibilities of intertextuality. The Literary Currents in Biblical Interpretation series explores current trends within the discipline of biblical interpretation by dealing with the literary qualities of the Bible: the play of its language, the coherence of its final form, and the relationships between text and readers. Biblical interpreters are being challenged to take responsibility for the theological, social, and ethical implications of their readings. This series encourages original readings that breach the confines of traditional biblical criticism.

Women in the Hebrew Bible

Women in the Hebrew Bible
A Reader

by Alice Bach

  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 2013-10-31
  • Pages : 566
  • ISBN : 1135238758
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Women in the Hebrew Bible presents the first one-volume overview covering the interpretation of women's place in man's world within the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament. Written by the major scholars in the field of biblical studies and literary theory, these essays examine attitudes toward women and their status in ancient Near Eastern societies, focusing on the Israelite society portrayed by the Hebrew Bible.

Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew

Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew
A Guide to Reading the Hebrew Bible

by Miles V. Van Pelt,Gary Davis Pratico

  • Publisher : Zondervan Publishing Company
  • Release : 2006
  • Pages : 237
  • ISBN : 9780310251576
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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This graded reader introduces the second-year Hebrew student to various types of biblical Hebrew literature and contains various notations to assist him or her in the further advancement of Hebrew translation and exegesis.

Interested Parties

Interested Parties
The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible

by David J. A. Clines

  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 1995-11-01
  • Pages : 296
  • ISBN : 0567588777
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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One of the more creative Old Testament scholars of our time, David Clines offers an enjoyable and provocative set of studies on ideology. The title of a keynote essay, 'Why is There a Song of Songs, and What Does It Do to You If You Read It?', hints at the twin focus of the volume: the ideology of the writers, who bring the biblical texts into being, and the ideologies of the readers, who are shaped by the text at the same moment as they are shaping it in their own image. Among the essays are 'The Ten Commandments, Reading from Right to Left'; 'Metacommentating Amos'; 'David the Man: The Construction of Masculinity in the Hebrew Bible'; and 'Psalm 2 and the MLF (Moabite Liberation Front)'.

A Hebrew Reader for the Psalms

A Hebrew Reader for the Psalms
40 Beloved Texts

by Peter Myers,Jonathan Kline

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 2021-08
  • Pages : 200
  • ISBN : 9781683072720
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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A Hebrew Reader for the Psalms 40 Beloved TextsCompiled and edited by Pete Myers and Jonathan G. Kline A Hebrew Reader for the Psalms is a unique devotional and language-reference work that will help readers better understand the psalms of the Hebrew Bible as they were originally written. This book constitutes a carefully curated collection of forty Hebrew psalms, organized by genre and, within each genre, by difficulty. The psalms are presented in a unique and innovative format designed to help readers understand not only the meaning of the individual words but also how these words fit together to create clauses and sentences. Like A Proverb a Day in Biblical Hebrew, this book is designed to be enjoyed by people of varying levels of Hebrew ability--ranging from those who have studied the language for a year to those who have a PhD in Hebrew Bible. The book functions as a language-learning tool and a devotional, and is therefore a resource that readers will want to use repeatedly (rather than simply reading through it once). The book's strengths include the timeless draw of its contents, its accessibility, its simplicity of use, its minimalist aesthetic design, and its affordability. About the Authors Pete Myers (PhD, University of Cambridge) is Lecturer in Old Testament and Biblical Languages at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology, in Addis Ababa. He has published on linguistics and text criticism in various academic journals and edited volumes, and he serves as editor-in-chief of The Ethiopian Journal of Theology. Myers is an ordained presbyter (priest) in the Church of England and has ministered in a variety of capacities in England and in Ethiopia. Jonathan G. Kline (PhD, Harvard University) is the author of A Proverb a Day in Biblical Hebrew, Allusive Soundplay in the Hebrew Bible, and the five volumes of the Two Minutes a Day Biblical Language Series, as well as co-author of Biblical Aramaic: A Reader & Handbook. He currently serves as senior editor at Hendrickson Publishers. May-

A Reader's Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament

A Reader's Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament
A Book

by Terry A. Armstrong,Douglas L. Busby,Cyril F. Carr

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 2013-04-02
  • Pages : 720
  • ISBN : 9780310515364
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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This book enables the pastor and the student to read the Hebrew Old Testament with relative ease. Appendixes list all Hebrew words occurring more than fifty times in the Old Testament and all Aramaic words occurring more than ten times.

Reading Hebrew Bible Narratives

Reading Hebrew Bible Narratives
A Book

by J. Andrew Dearman

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 2018-11
  • Pages : 232
  • ISBN : 0190246480
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Reading Hebrew Bible Narratives introduces readers to narrative traditions of the Old Testament and to methods of interpreting them. Part of the Essentials of Biblical Studies series, this volume presents readers with an overview of exegesis by mainly focusing on a self-contained narrative tobe read alongside the text. Through sustained interaction with the book of Ruth, readers have opportunities to engage a biblical book from multiple perspectives, while taking note of the wider implications of such perspectives for other biblical narratives. Other select texts from Hebrew Biblenarratives, related by theme or content to matters in Ruth, are also examined, not only to assist in illustrating this method of approach, but also to offer reinforcement of reading skills and connections among different narrative traditions. Considering literary analysis, words and texts incontext, and reception history, this brief introduction gives students an overview of how exegesis illuminates stories in the Bible.

Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew, Second Edition

Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew, Second Edition
A Guide to Reading the Hebrew Bible

by Miles V. Van Pelt,Gary D. Pratico

  • Publisher : HarperOne
  • Release : 2020-11-10
  • Pages : 288
  • ISBN : 9780310093350
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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This second edition of the Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew introduces second-year Hebrew students to various types of biblical Hebrew literature and contains notations to assists them in their studies. This vital resource helps students move beyond the basics and build competency in translating and exegeting the text of the Old Testament.

The Hebrew Old Testament, Reader's Edition

The Hebrew Old Testament, Reader's Edition
A Book

by Anonim

  • Publisher : Crossway Books
  • Release : 2020-10-22
  • Pages : 2000
  • ISBN : 9781433571015
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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The Hebrew Old Testament, Reader's Edition combines the text of the Westminster Leningrad Codex (WLC) with a running list of glosses of every word that occurs 75 times or less in the Hebrew Old Testament, for an easier reading experience in the original language. Those with limited knowledge of Hebrew can smoothly read the Hebrew text without needing to constantly refer to other reference resources--accelerating their facility with the Hebrew text and making their time more rewarding and more enjoyable as they read the Word of God. Likewise, readers with a more extensive grasp of Hebrew will find the accessible glossing a helpful tool for recalling vocabulary words. Single-column format, in accord with the earliest Hebrew manuscripts Running glosses of words that occur 75 times or less in the Hebrew Old Testament, placed below the Hebrew text Dictionary of frequent words in the back Complete morphological parsing of Hebrew verbs used in uncommon or difficult forms Smyth-sewn binding Packaging: Slipcase

Reading Hebrew Bible Narratives

Reading Hebrew Bible Narratives
A Book

by J. Andrew Dearman

  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 2018-10-01
  • Pages : 176
  • ISBN : 0190246502
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Reading Hebrew Bible Narratives introduces readers to narrative traditions of the Old Testament and to methods of interpreting them. Part of the Essentials of Biblical Studies series, this volume presents readers with an overview of exegesis by mainly focusing on a self-contained narrative to be read alongside the text. Through sustained interaction with the book of Ruth, readers have opportunities to engage a biblical book from multiple perspectives, while taking note of the wider implications of such perspectives for other biblical narratives. Other select texts from Hebrew Bible narratives, related by theme or content to matters in Ruth, are also examined, not only to assist in illustrating this method of approach, but also to offer reinforcement of reading skills and connections among different narrative traditions. Considering literary analysis, words and texts in context, and reception history, this brief introduction gives students an overview of how exegesis illuminates stories in the Bible.

A Reader's Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament

A Reader's Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament
A Book

by Terry A. Armstrong,Douglas L. Busby,Cyril F. Carr

  • Publisher : Zondervan Publishing Company
  • Release : 1980
  • Pages : 129
  • ISBN : 9780310370208
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Reading from Right to Left

Reading from Right to Left
Essays on the Hebrew Bible in honour of David J. A. Clines

by J. Cheryl Exum,H. G. M. Williamson

  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release : 2003-11-01
  • Pages : 480
  • ISBN : 0567459993
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Thirty-seven essays from established scholars around the world cover topics including the Pentateuch prophecy, wisdom, ancient Osraelite history, Greek tragdy and the ideology of biblical scholarship make up this interesting and varied collection in honor of David J.A. Clines.Several of the contributors interact with ideas prominent in the work of David J.S. Clines of the University of Sheffield, to whom the volume i dedicated.The authors include Graeme Auld, James Barr, Hans Barstad, John Barton, Willem Beuken, Joseph Blenkinsopp, Walter Brueggermann, Brevard Childs, Reichard Coggins, Philip Davies, John Emerton, Tamara Eskenazi, Cheryl Exum, Michael Fox, John Goldingay, Norman Gottwald, Robery Gordon, Lester Grabbe, David Gunn, Walter Houston, Sara Japhet, Michel Knibb, Joze Krasovec, Francis Landy, Bernhard Lang, Burke Long, Patrick Miller, Johannes de Moor, Carol Newson, Rolf Rendtorff, Alex RofT, Joh Rogerson, John Sawyer, Keith Whitelam, Hugh Williamson, Ellen van Wolde and Erich Zenger.

Old Testament Theology

Old Testament Theology
Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture

by R. W. L. Moberly

  • Publisher : Baker Academic
  • Release : 2013-11-19
  • Pages : 352
  • ISBN : 9780801048852
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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A top Old Testament theologian known for his accessible and provocative writing probes what is necessary to understand and appropriate the Hebrew Bible as a fundamental resource for Christian theology and life today. This volume offers a creative example of theological interpretation, modeling a way of doing Old Testament theology that takes seriously both the nature of the biblical text as ancient text and also the questions and difficulties that arise as believers read this text in a contemporary context. Walter Moberly offers an in-depth study of key Old Testament passages, highlighting enduring existential issues in the Hebrew Bible and discussing Jewish readings alongside Christian readings. The volume is representative of the content of Israel's Scripture rather than comprehensive, yet it discusses most of the major topics of Old Testament theology. Moberly demonstrates a Christian approach to reading and appropriating the Old Testament that holds together the priorities of both scholarship and faith.

Introducing the Women's Hebrew Bible

Introducing the Women's Hebrew Bible
A Book

by Susanne Scholz

  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 2014-09-16
  • Pages : 160
  • ISBN : 0567287394
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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This book introduces readers to the diverse field of feminist studies on the Hebrew Bible. Not organized as a traditional introduction to the "Old Testament," the manuscript does not follow a biblical book-by-book structure, but provides an introductory survey of the history and issues as they relate to feminist readings and readers of the Hebrew Bible. Accordingly, feminist scholars of the Bible, their career struggles, and biblical texts, characters, and themes stand in the forefront of this introduction. The volume is biased toward "Western" feminist scholarship because of the historical developments of feminist scholarship in general and biblical studies in particular. Yet, the chapters also include African, Asian, and Latin American perspectives on feminist studies of the Hebrew Bible. In short, the book offers an overview on the historical, social, and academic developments of reading the Hebrew Bible as the "Women's Hebrew Bible."

The Hebrew Bible As Literature

The Hebrew Bible As Literature
A Very Short Introduction

by Tod Linafelt

  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 2016-03-03
  • Pages : 128
  • ISBN : 0195300076
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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The Hebrew Bible, or Christian Old Testament, contains some of the finest literature that we have. This biblical literature has a place not only in the synagogue or the church but also among the classics of world literature. The stories of Jacob and David, for instance, present the earliest surviving examples of literary characters whose development the reader follows over the length of a lifetime. Elsewhere, as in the books of Esther or Ruth, readers find a snapshot of a particular, fraught moment that will define the character. The Hebrew Bible also provides quite a few high points of lyric poetry, from the praise and lament of the Psalms to the double entendres in the love of poetry of the Song of Songs. In short, the Bible can be celebrated not only as religious literature but, quite simply, as literature. This book offers a thorough and lively introduction to the Bible's two primary literary modes, narrative and poetry, foregrounding the nuances of plot, character, metaphor, structure and design, and intertextual allusions. Tod Linafelt thus gives readers the tools to fully experience and appreciate the Old Testament's literary achievement. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

The Hebrew Bible

The Hebrew Bible
A Contemporary Introduction to the Christian Old Testament and the Jewish Tanakh

by David M. Carr

  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 2021-04-16
  • Pages : 336
  • ISBN : 111963668X
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Discover the historical and social context of one of the most influential works ever written with this authoritative new resource The newly revised second edition of The Hebrew Bible: A Contemporary Introduction to the Christian Old Testament and Jewish Tanakh delivers a brief and up-to-date introduction to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in the broader context of world history. Its treatment of the formation of the Bible amidst different historical periods allows readers to understand the biblical texts in context. It also introduces readers to scholarly methods used to explore the formation of the Hebrew Bible and its later interpretation by Jews and Christians. Written by a leading scholar in the field, this new edition incorporates the most recent research on the archaeology and history of early Israel, the formation of the Pentateuch, and the development of the historical and poetic books. Students will benefit from the inclusion of study questions in each chapter, focus texts from the Bible that illustrate major points, timelines, illustrations, photographs and a glossary to help them retain knowledge. The book also includes: A deepened and up-to-date focus on recent methods of biblical study, including trauma studies, African American, womanist, and ecocritical approaches to the Bible An orientation to multiple bibles, translations and digital resources for study of the Bible An exploration of the emergence of ancient Israel, its first oral traditions and its earliest writings Discussions of how major features of the Bible reflect communal experiences of trauma and resilience as Israel survived under successive empires of the Ancient Near East. Fuller treatment of the final formation of biblical books in early Judaism, including coverage of diverse early Jewish texts (e.g. Ben Sira, Enoch, Judith) that were revered as scripture before there were more clearly defined Jewish and Christian Bibles Designed for students of seminary courses and undergraduate students taking an introduction to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, this second edition of The Hebrew Bible also will interest general readers with interest in the formation of the Bible.

A Reader's Hebrew English Lexicon of the Old Testament

A Reader's Hebrew English Lexicon of the Old Testament
A Book

by Ferris Lee McDaniel

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 1975*
  • Pages : 250
  • ISBN : 9876543210XXX
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Understanding the Hebrew Bible

Understanding the Hebrew Bible
A Reader's Guide

by Elliott Rabin

  • Publisher : KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
  • Release : 2006
  • Pages : 250
  • ISBN : 9780881258561
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Understanding the Hebrew Bible: A Guide for the Perplexed is written clearly and jargon-free and provides an orientation to the vast compendium of biblical materials by explaining the different kinds of writing found in the Bible, including storytelling, law, history, prophecy, wisdom and poetry. Each section is informed by current biblical scholarship, but presented in a manner accessible to a general audience. Unlike other introductions that focus entirely on biblical history and its historical context, this book surveys the full range of biblical writing. A preface establishes a conceptual model for understanding the Bible, and explorers the differences between the traditional Jewish and Christian readings of this Scripture. Readers will discover in this book a concise, useful companion to the Book of Books.