Biblical rhetoric and rhetorical criticism / Jack R. Lundbom.

Author
Lundbom, Jack R. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Sheffield : Sheffield Phoenix Press, [2013]
  • ©2013
Description
xvii, 354 pages ; 24 cm.

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Series
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
  • Hebrew rhetoric and the method of rhetorical criticism. Hebrew rhetoric
  • Christian Schoettgen's Exergasia sacra
  • Rhetorical criticism : history, method, and use in the book of Jeremiah
  • Delimitation of units in the book of Jeremiah
  • Section markings in Bible scrolls
  • The primary history. Abraham and David in the theology of the Yahwist
  • Parataxis, rhetorical structure, and the dialogue over Sodom in Genesis 18
  • Scribal contributions to Old Testament theology
  • God's use of the idem per idem to terminate debate
  • The Decalogue in the primary history
  • The inclusion and other framing devices in Deuteronomy 1-28
  • The lawbook of the Josianic reform
  • Structure in the Song of Moses (Deuteronomy 32.1-43)
  • Elijah's chariot ride
  • The prophets. Rhetorical discourse in the prophets
  • The lion has roared : rhetorical structure in Amos 1.2-3.8
  • Double-duty subject in Hosea 8.5
  • Contentious priests and contentious people in Hosea 4.1-10
  • Poetic structure and prophetic rhetoric in Hosea
  • Jeremiah and the break-away from authority preaching
  • Rhetorical structures in Jeremiah 1
  • Rudimentary logic in Jeremiah
  • The double curse in Jeremiah 20.14-18
  • New covenant in Jeremiah and later Judaism
  • The gospels. New covenant in the early church and in Matthew
  • Closure in Mark's gospel.
ISBN
  • 9781907534560 ((hbk.))
  • 1907534563 ((hbk.))
  • 9781910928066 ((pbk))
  • 1910928062 ((pbk))
LCCN
2020303764
OCLC
852829311
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