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Title Perspectives on the formation of the Book of the Twelve : methodological foundations, redactional processes, historical insights / edited by Rainer Albertz, James D. Nogalski and Jakob Wöhrle.
Imprint Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2012]
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 414 pages)
Series Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 0934-2575 ; Bd. 433
Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft ; 433.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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In English.
Subject Bible. Minor Prophets -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Minor Prophets.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Contents So many cross-references! Methodological reflections on the problem of intertextual relationships and their significance for redaction critical analysis / Jakob Wöhrle -- Synchronic and diachronic concerns in reading the Book of the Twelve Prophets / Marvin A. Sweeney -- The case of Edom in the Book of the Twelve : methodological reflections on synchronic and diachronic analysis / Ruth Scoralick -- Hosea in the Book of the Twelve / Roman Vielhauer -- The function of the book of Joel for reading the Twelve / Jörg Jeremias -- Not just another nation : Obadiah's placement in the Book of the Twelve / James D. Nogalski -- The Jonah-narrative within the Book of the Twelve / Aaron Schart -- The book of Micah : the theological centre of the Book of the Twelve? / Burkard M. Zapff -- Three Minor Prophets and the major empires : synchronic and diachronic perspectives on Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah / Walter Dietrich -- Time and situational reference in the book of Haggai : on religious- and theological-historical contextualizations of redactional processes / Martin Leuenberger -- From cores to corpus : considering the formation of Haggai and Zechariah 1-8 / Martin Hallaschka -- The Maś ot Triptych and the date of Zechariah 9-14 : issues in the latter formation of the Book of the Twelve / Byron G. Curtis -- Redactional connectors in Zechariah 9-14 / Paul L. Redditt -- The unity of Malachi and its relation to the Book of the Twelve / Rainer Kessler -- Rattling the bones of the Twelve : wilderness reflections in the formation of the Book of the Twelve / Roy E. Garton -- Dominion comes to Jerusalem : an examination of developments in the kingship and Zion traditions as reflected in the Book of the Twelve with particular attention to Micah 4-5 / Mark E. Biddle -- Jerusalem : city of God for Israel and for the nations in Zeph 3:8,8-10,11-13 / Judith Gartner -- Deuteronomistic redaction of the Book of the Four and the origins of Israel's wrongs / Jason Radine -- The history of Judah and Samaria in the late Persian and Hellenistic periods as a possible background of the later editions of the Book of the Twelve / Rainer Albertz -- Diaspora or no diaspora? Some remarks on the role of Egypt and Babylon in the Book of the Twelve / Anselm C. Hagedorn -- The Book of the Twelve and "the Great Assembly" in history and tradition / Mark Leuchter -- Verbal and thematic links between the Books of the Twelve in Greek and their relevance to the differing manuscript sequences / Jennifer Dines -- The sequence of Malachi 3.22-24 in the Greek and Hebrew textual traditions : implications for the redactional history of the Minor Prophets / Russell Fuller -- "Aligned" or "non-aligned"? The textual status of the Qumran Cave 4 manuscripts of the Minor Prophets / Hanne von Weissenberg.
Summary The formation of the Book of the Twelve is one of the most vigorously debated subjects in Old Testament studies today. This volume assembles twenty-four essays by the world's leading experts, providing an overview of the present state of scholarship in the field. The book's contributors focus on questions of method, history, as well as redactional and textual history.
Other Author Albertz, Rainer, 1943-
Nogalski, James.
Wöhrle, Jakob.
Other Title Print version: 9783110283341 3110283344