Hidden Polemics in Biblical Narrative
BRILL, 1.1.2000 - 286 sivua
In current usage polemics is broadly defined as the practice of rhetorical persuasion or as the rhetorical presentation of an argument in dispute. The phenomenon of polemics is found throughout the whole corpus of biblical literature. In most instances the polemics is direct, but sometimes indirect, and occasionally it appears to be deliberately covert. This book is primarily concerned with exploring the phenomenon of covert polemics. Dealing first with considerations of method, definition and characterization, the study moves on to the analysis of a number of narrative texts and the uncovering of their covert polemical content. Polemics of this type is a feature of biblical writing on a range of central issues, and can be instructively isolated in texts relating to cultic locations (Beth El, Jerusalem), questions of leadership (the houses of Saul and David), community boundaries (the Samaritans) and other problems of legitimation.
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The Bible as Polemical Literature
Explicit and Implicit Polemics
The Cultic Center of Dan and Bochim
Is Jerusalem Also an Issue for Polemic?
Criticism of Sauls KingdomA Formula
Abraham According allude allusions Amit appears approach Benjamin Bethel Bible biblical literature Binding of Isaac Bochim Book of Chronicles Book of Judges Book of Samuel Canaanites Cassutto chapter Chronicles connection context country of Ephraim creation criticism cult cultic David Deut Deuteronomy divine emphasizes evil exegetical exile existence Exod explicit expression Ezra framework Genesis Gibeah God’s gods hand Hebrew Hence hidden polemic Hivites Holiness Code Holiness School ibid implicit polemics inhabitants interpretation ISBN 90 Israel Israelite Jebusite Jeremiah Jerusalem Josh Judah king land Levite likewise literary Lord marriage mentioned Micah motif Mount Ephraim Na'aman narrator position Priestly Priestly source priests prophecy prophet reader reality refers refrain relation Ruth Sabbath Samaria Samaritans Saul Saul’s serves seventh day Shalem Shechem sons specifically stance story Temple period tion Torah tradition tribe verse words
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