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eBook Praying by the Book: The Scripturalization of Prayer in Second Temple Judaism (Early Judaism and Its Literature) download ISBN: 0788505645
Author: Judith H. Newman
Publisher: Scholars Press; First Edition edition (1999)
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The studies that make up this book explore in what ways Israel's sacred tradition developed into canonical scripture and in what ways this sacred tradition . Decalogue in early Judaism and Christianity - Richard A. Freund.

The studies that make up this book explore in what ways Israel's sacred tradition developed into canonical scripture and in what ways this sacred tradition was interpreted in early Judaism and Christianity. This collection will stimulate continuing investigation into the growth and interpretation of scripture in the context of the Jewish and Christian communities of faith, and will serve well as a reader for graduate courses with its focus on early exegesis and intertextuality. Retelling of the Song at the Sea in Wisdom 1. 0-21 - Peter Enns. Family as scriptural and social construct in Tobit - Will Soll.

Praying By the Book: Scripturalisation of Prayer in Second Temple Judaism. Tobit displays close parallels with Jubilees in its use of the patriarchal stories to launch its pious message, which may help to situate the former within ancient Judaism. One God, One Lord: Early Christian Devotion and Ancient Jewish Monotheism. Some Observations of Philo's De Gigantibus and Evil Spirits in Second Temple Judaism. The following discussion delineates Philo's interpretation of Genesis 6:1-4 in his various treatises.

Praying by the Book book. Published December 3rd 2005 by Society of Biblical Literature (first published January 1st 1999). Praying by the Book: The Scripturalization of Prayer in Second Temple Judaism. by. Judith H. Newman. 0788505645 (ISBN13: 9780788505645).

The value of the book lies in the diversity of its methodologies, both theoretical reflections and case studies .

-A. JEFFERS, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament (32/5 : 151). Rodney A. Werline is author of Pray Like This (Continuum, 2007) and Penitential Prayer in Second Temple Judaism: The Development of a Religious Institution (Scholars Press, 1999). Series: Early Judaism and Its Literature (Book 21).

Judith Newman, Praying by the Book: The Scripturalization 0/ Prayer in Second le Judaism

Judith Newman, Praying by the Book: The Scripturalization 0/ Prayer in Second le Judaism. EJL 14 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1999,) 12-13. WILLIAM M. SCHNIEDEWIND SCRIPTURALIZATION IN ANCIENT JUDAH 307 306 on a couple levels. Conflating canonization with scripturalization places its beginnings in a the story, but 1 would broaden the analysis, particularly focusing on the use much later context that obscures some of the factors that influenced scriptur- of writing in ritual magic. On the other hand, Kurt Noll's discussion seems alization.

Newman, J. Praying by the Book: The Scripturalization of Prayer in Second Temple Judaism (Atlanta, 1999). Nissim, D. e. Sefer Ha-Maspik Le’Ovdey Hashem, (Ramat-Gan, 1989). Nitzan, . Qumran Prayer and Religious Poetry (Leiden, 1994). Olsson, . and Zetterholm, M. (ed., The Ancient Synagogue from Its Origins until 200 CE: Papers Presented at the International Conference at Lund University, Sweden, October 14–17, 2001 (Stockholm, 2004). Perla, . Sefer Ha-Mitzvot Le-Rabbenu Sa’adyah, 3 vols.

Praying by the Book: The Scripturalization of Prayer in Second Temple Judaism by Judith H. Newman, 1999, EJL . The Davidic Dynasty Tradition in Early Judaism: Its History and Significance for Messianism by Kenneth E. Pomykala, 1995, EJL 7. Paperback. Newman, 1999, EJL 14. Cloth. Penitential Prayer in Second Temple Judaism: The Development of a Religious Institution by Rodney Alan Werline, 1998, EJL 13.

See Judith Newman, Praying by the Book: The Scripturalization of Prayer in Second Temple Judaism (SBLEJL, 14; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1999), 6–7. Mark J. Boda, Praying the Tradition: The Origin and Use of Tradition in Nehemiah 9 (BZAW, 277; Berlin/New York: d. . Boda, Praying the Tradition: The Origin and Use of Tradition in Nehemiah 9 (BZAW, 277; Berlin/New York: de Gruyter, 1999); Newman, Praying by the Book.

class 'book' Jews and Christians: The Myth of a Common Tradition. Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1991. What, Exactly, Did the Rabbinic Sages Mean by the Oral Torah ? An Inductive Answer to the Question of Rabbinic Judaism. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998. Newman, Judith H. Early Judaism and Its Literature, 14. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1999.

Partial contents: Pre-Exilic Prayers and the Beginnings of Scripturalization; Scripturalization in the Telling of History: Nehemiah 9; The Past as Blueprint for Present: Salvation by Typology in Judith 9; Biblical Exempla: The Arrogance of Power in 3 Maccabees 2; From Prayers to Liturgy.