From the Rivers of Babylon to the Highlands of Judah: Collected Studies on the Restoration Period
Eisenbrauns, 2006 - 469 pagina's
"Culled from various books, journals, and festschrifts, the most important essays by Sara Japhet on the biblical restoration period and the books of Ezra-Nehemiah and Chronicles appear in this accessible collection."--BOOK JACKET.
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Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel against the Background of the Historical and Religious Tendencies of EzraNehemiah Part 1
Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel against the Background of the Historical and Religious Tendencies of EzraNehemiah Part 2
People and Land in the Restoration Period
The Historical Reliability of Chronicles The History of the Problem and Its Place in Biblical Research
Law and The Law in EzraNehemiah
History and Literature in the Persian Period The Restoration of the Temple
The Distribution of the Priestly Gifts according to a Document of the Second Temple Period
Postexilic Historiography How and Why?
Exile and Restoration in the Book of Chronicles
Can the Persian Period Bear the Burden? Reﬂections on the Origins of Biblical History
Periodization between History and Ideology The NeoBabylonian Period in Biblical Historiography
Theodicy in EzraNehemiah and Chronicles
Chronicles A History
Periodization between History and Ideology II Chronology and Ideology in EzraNehemiah
The Relationship between Chronicles and EzraNehemiah
The Temple in the Restoration Period Reality and Ideology
The Israelite Legal and Social Reality as Reﬂected in Chronicles A Case Study
Composition and Chronology in the Book of EzraNehemiah
The Prohibition of the Habitation of Women The Temple Scrolls Attitude toward Sexual Impurity and Its Biblical Precedents
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
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