2 edition of sketchbook of Biblical theology. found in the catalog.
sketchbook of Biblical theology.
|LC Classifications||BS543 .B55 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 148 p.|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||68029885|
In keeping with the view that the Pentateuch is far too multiplex to be encapsulated in a single theological system, Blenkinsopp has written "Treasures Old and New" as a sketchbook of theology in the Pentateuch. This fruitful approach allows him to consider themes that easily fall through the cracks of more systematic works of biblical theology. Jul 08, · "Biblical Theology" was a tough read, but rewarding. There were some times where I lost sight of the forest for the trees: certain word studies for instance on "prophecy" in the Old Testament (still very helpful), but overall the book really challenged me in a good way/5(3).
Read this book on Questia. Treasures Old and New: Essays in the Theology of the Pentateuch. By Joseph Blenkinsopp. This little sketchbook of biblical theology represents a selection of essays of more general biblical-theological interest published over the last four decades or so. Electronic digitization and publication have made it. In keeping with the view that the Pentateuch is far too multiplex to be encapsulated in a single theological system, Blenkinsopp has written Treasures Old and New as a “sketchbook” of theology in the Pentateuch. This fruitful approach allows him to consider themes that easily fall through the cracks of more systematic works of biblical.
Jan 01, · BOOK LIST Joseph B lenkinsopp, Treasures Old and New: Essays in the Theology of the Pentateuch. x + pp. W.B. Eerdmans, Grand Rapids/Cambridge, Gathered here are twelve essays, some previously printed elsewhere but all now in revised form, too mod- estly described as a “sketchbook of biblical theology”. Book, Book of Life. The written word was a powerful creation in the ancient Near East. Both Egyptians and Babylonians saw writing as sacred, a direct gift of the gods. Although Yahweh did not make writing a specific gift to the people of Israel, he did employ writing in his dealings with people.
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