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The Old Testament Is Dying: A Diagnosis and Recommended Treatment by Brent A. Strawn
Goldingay argues in the last chapter, ‘‘The First Testament provides the foundation and the raw material for Jesus’ moral teaching; his teaching about how human life is to be lived. He is againExpand
Job 2 and 42:7–10 as Narrative Bridge and Theological Pivot
Abstract:This article reexamines the literary relationship between the prose frame (Job 1–2, 42:7–17) and the poetic core (3:1–42:6) of the book of Job. Building on previous work that identifies JobExpand
The Sea in the Hebrew Bible: Myth, Metaphor, and Muthos
The dissertation recounts the variegated journey of the sea in the Hebrew Bible through the lens of myth, metaphor, and muthos. The journey begins outside the Bible in ancient Near Eastern sea mythsExpand
The Sea Myth and Exodus
The Work of Translation
Edward L. Greenstein, who has recently published a most accomplished translation of the biblical book of Job, gives an indication of the extent of the labor required to produce such a translation: “IExpand