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From Balaam to Jonah: Anti-prophetic Satire in the Hebrew Bible epub ebook

by David Marcus

From Balaam to Jonah: Anti-prophetic Satire in the Hebrew Bible epub ebook

Author: David Marcus
Category: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Scholars Pr (1995)
Pages: 234 pages
ISBN: 0788501011
ISBN13: 978-0788501012
Rating: 4.5
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From Balaam to Jonah: An. .has been added to your Cart. Marcus outlines his book very well and has laid out the themes and concepts in his book well also.

From Balaam to Jonah: An. All in all, it is a good book for those who desire to read a book about the possibility that some of the prophets actions were written for satirical effect. 5 people found this helpful.

From Balaam to Jonah book. David Marcus was born in Ireland to Lithuanian Jewish parents. His dual heritage was reflected in his work, including three novels and several collections of short stories and poetry

From Balaam to Jonah book. His dual heritage was reflected in his work, including three novels and several collections of short stories and poetry.

From Balaam to Jonah: Anti-Prophetic Satire in the Hebrew Bible. Brown Judaic Studies 301. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995.

Issue Number: BJS 301. Judaic Studies. Judaic Studies Brown University Box 1826 163 George Street Providence, RI 02912. I draw from two works of art-Franz Rosenzweig's Scripture and Luther and Peter Kien and Victor Ullmann's The Emperor of Atlantis -a single critique of a dialectical form in which perfect conditions overcome present conditions. most notable form, the death of death -is characteristic of Christianity and modernity in general.

Deftly interweaving literary theory and exegesis, Sharp illumines the power of the unspoken in a wide variety of texts from the Pentateuch, the Prophets, and the Writings. She argues that reading with irony in mind creates a charged and open rhetorical space in the texts that allows character, narration, and authorial voice to develop in unexpected ways. Balaam and His Interpreters: A Hermeneutical History of the Balaam Traditions. by John T. Greene, 1992, BJS 244. paperback. by David Marcus, 1995, BJS 301.

For details, see David Marcus, From Balaam to Jonah: Anti-prophetic Satire in the Hebrew. Do these more traditional witnesses to God in the book of Jonah make necessary a straightforward interpretation of God as a micromanager of plants, fish, worms, and sultry east winds?

For details, see David Marcus, From Balaam to Jonah: Anti-prophetic Satire in the Hebrew. Given the many exaggerations in the book of Jonah might not the actions of God he seen as deliberately exaggerated as well? If so, the God ofJonah is not the allcontrolling deity that readers have often assumed. Do these more traditional witnesses to God in the book of Jonah make necessary a straightforward interpretation of God as a micromanager of plants, fish, worms, and sultry east winds? This traditional testimony to God in Jonah seems to be combined with the piling up of exaggerated elements.

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