Urgent Advice and Probing Questions: Collected Writings on Old Testament Wisdom

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Mercer University Press, 1995 - 605 sider

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Wisdom Literature Biblical Books
1
The Wisdom Literature
14
Wisdom
45
Wisdom Literature Retrospect and Prospect
78
Studies in Ancient Israelite Wisdom Prolegomenon
90
Introduction The Shift from Theodicy to Anthropodicy
141
The Problem of Theodicy in Sirach On Human Bondage
155
Popular Questioning of the Justice of God in Ancient Israel
175
Clanging Symbols
371
A Mothers Instruction to Her Son Proverbs 3119
383
Poverty and Punishment in the Book of Proverbs
396
The Sage in Proverbs
406
Prohibitions in Proverbs and Qoheleth
417
Job
426
Job the Silent or Job the Affirmer?
449
When Form and Content Clash The Theology of Job 381405
455

The Concept of God in Old Testament Wisdom
191
The Restraint of Reason the Humility of Prayer
206
The Contest of Dariuss Guards in 1 Esdras 3153
222
Education in Ancient Israel
235
The Contemplative Life
250
Impossible Questions Sayings and Tasks
265
The Expression in the Hebrew Bible
279
The Acquisition of Knowledge in Israelite Wisdom Literature
292
Wisdom in Israel Gerhard von Rad A Review
300
Method in Determining Wisdom Influence upon Historical Literature
312
Wisdom and Authority Sapiential Rhetoric and Its Warrants
326
Murphys Axiom Every Gnomic Saying Needs a Balancing Corrective
344
Proverbs
355
The High Cost of Preserving Gods Honor
468
Job as Drama
477
In Search of Divine Presence
481
Ecclesiastes Qoheleth
499
Qoheleth in Current Research
520
Youth and Old Age in Qoheleth
535
The Eternal Gospel Ecclesiastes 311
548
The Shadow of Death in Qoheleth
573
The Perils of Specializing in Wisdom What I Have Learned from Thirty Years of Teaching
586
Key Hebrew Terms and Expressions
597
Subjects
601
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Om forfatteren (1995)

James L. Crenshaw is Robert L. Flowers Professor of Old Testament, the Divinity School, Duke University.

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