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by Garrett Galvin

eBook Egypt as a Place of Refuge (Forschungen Zum Alten Testament 2.Reihe) download ISBN: 3161508165
Author: Garrett Galvin
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck (December 31, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 230
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Egypt as a Place of Refuge Forschungen zum Alten Testament II 51. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.

Egypt as a Place of Refuge Forschungen zum Alten Testament II 51. Egypt, Brook of. Anchor Bible Dictionary 2: 32. oogle Scholar. Piye Imitates Thutmose III: Trends in a Nubian Historiographical Text of the Early Phase.

The Old Testament often presents Egypt as a place of bondage, but the picture is not monolithic

The Old Testament often presents Egypt as a place of bondage, but the picture is not monolithic. Upon closer examination, one can argue that many biblical figures flee to Egypt as a place of refuge.

The Old Testament often presents Egypt as a place of bondage, but the picture is. .

The Old Testament often presents Egypt as a place of bondage, but the picture is not monolithic.

Pp. xv + 230. Sewn paper. Pp. ISBN 978-3-16-150816-5. More Citation Formats.

Josephus placed Antiochus' murder after the end of Demetrius II's first reign and Diodorus Siculus placed the usurpation of Diodotus Tryphon in the . Egypt as a Place of Refuge. Forschungen zum Alten Testament, 2. Reihe. ISBN 978-3-161-50816-5.

Josephus placed Antiochus' murder after the end of Demetrius II's first reign and Diodorus Siculus placed the usurpation of Diodotus Tryphon in the consular year 138 BC. However, the last coins struk in Antiochus' name date to the year142/141 BC indicating that he was murdered around that time.

Bibliographic Details. Title: The Torah as a Place of Refuge: Biblical. The law on the ""cities of refuge"" contained in Num 35,9-34 is almost universally seen as a simple repetition of legal content that is basically already present in the legislation of other biblical books. Publisher: Mohr Siebeck. Publication Date: 2016. Francesco Cocco demonstrates that we find ourselves here before a case of reformulation instead of simple repetition, the implications of which are extremely interesting for the understanding of biblical penal legislation.

Garrett Galvin, OFM, graduated from the University of California, Irvine and joined the Franciscan Friars in 1992. He published his first book, Egypt as a Place of Refuge (Mohr Siebeck), in 2011

Garrett Galvin, OFM, graduated from the University of California, Irvine and joined the Franciscan Friars in 1992. He began teaching full time at the Franciscan School of Theology in 2009, which moved to Oceanside and affiliated with the University of San Diego in 2013. He published his first book, Egypt as a Place of Refuge (Mohr Siebeck), in 2011. He regularly helps at a prison and gives retreats and days of recollection.

More Info: FAT II 51; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011.

The Old Testament often presents Egypt as a place of bondage, but the picture is not monolithic. Upon closer examination, one can argue that many biblical figures flee to Egypt as a place of refuge. Garrett Galvin examines biblical texts from a number of different time periods (1 Kgs 11:14-12:24; Jeremiah 46; Matt 2:13-15, 19-21) in order to highlight the importance of literary genre for understanding the phenomenon of Egypt as a place of refuge in the Old Testament. For his study of Egypt the author focuses on the broad sweep of ancient Near Eastern history through literary, historical, and textual criticism of selected texts. His aim in doing so is to draw the reader's attention to the complexity of Egypt in the Bible and to help understanding the situation of refugees in the Bible. He also highlights the evolving relationship between Israel and Egypt as well as the influence of the ancient Near East on Israel.