Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies (Book 334).
Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies (Book 334). Hardcover: 256 pages. That this book understands this passage as affirming committed homosexual relationships begs the question f whether we have a limited sense of the nonsexual possibilities of passionate same-sex friendship?
In this original work, Stone studies the structure and social presuppositions of several narratives . Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies (Book 234). in Great Britain History
In this original work, Stone studies the structure and social presuppositions of several narratives from the Deuteronomistic History in which sexual activity plays a significant role. Both narratological and anthropological tools are utilized in the textual analysis. in Great Britain History. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Empire and Exile: Postcolonial Readings of the Book of Jeremiah. First-Degree Incest and the Hebrew Bible: Sex in the Family.
Empire and Exile: Postcolonial Readings of the Book of Jeremiah.
The Jewish Tanakh (sometimes called the Hebrew Bible) contains 24 books divided into three parts: the five books of the Torah ("teaching"); the eight books of the Nevi'im ("prophets"); and the eleven books of Ketuvim ("writings"). It is composed mainly in Biblical Hebrew, and its Septuagint is the main textual source for the Christian Greek Old Testament.
Written in 1891 for the novice student of the Bible, this work was prepared with such aids as would enable the common reader to arrive at an understanding of every verse. Robertson's Word Pictures of the New Testament. Robertson, a renowned scholar of the Greek New Testament, takes through the New Testament, verse by verse, painting word pictures from the Greek to bring to light the words and actions of Jesus and the early Christians.
Seven "queer readings" of the Hebrew Bible form the bulk of the book, followed by three responses. There was not much emphasis on Christian interrelations with the Hebrew Bible, though some authors did mention those aspects. The contributors to this volume show the heterogeneous nature of the field. Source of the book: University of Kansas, Watson Library.
Old Testament theology : reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian scripture. 05 MB·3,850 Downloads·New! an in-depth study of key Old Testament passages, highlighting enduring existential issues in the Hebre. 96 MB·17,753 Downloads. the indicated biblical passage, Hebrew and English side-by side. com BIBLE HISTORY Old Testament By Alfred Edersheim Bible Histo. Holy Bible - The Illustrated King James Bible (KJV): The Old Testament, The New Testament. 15 MB·1,165 Downloads·New!
100 Phrases Every Hebrew Beginner Must-Know - Продолжительность: 23:11 Learn Hebrew with HebrewPod101.
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The King James Version Bible (KJV) was authorized by King James and is. .
The King James Version Bible (KJV) was authorized by King James and is sometimes referred to as the Authorized Version. It was translated by the Church of England and was first published in 1611. The KJV New Testament was translated from the Textus Receptus. However, the majority of the book of Revelation seems to have been translated from the Latin Vulgate. The KJV Old Testament was translated from the Masoretic Hebrew text, and the Apocrypha was translated from the Greek Septuagint. Several versions of the King James Bible (KJV) were produced in 1611, 1629, 1638, 1762, and 1769.
The Hebrew Bible, which is also called the Tanakh (/tɑːˈnɑːx/; תָּנָ״ךְ, pronounced or the ; also Tenakh, Tenak, Tanach) or sometimes the Mikra, is the canonical collection of Hebrew scriptures
The Hebrew Bible, which is also called the Tanakh (/tɑːˈnɑːx/; תָּנָ״ךְ, pronounced or the ; also Tenakh, Tenak, Tanach) or sometimes the Mikra, is the canonical collection of Hebrew scriptures. These texts are almost exclusively in Biblical Hebrew, with a few passages in Biblical Aramaic instead (in the books of Daniel and Ezra, the verse Jeremiah 10:11, and some single words). The Hebrew Bible is also the textual source for the Christian Old Testament
Essays exploring and explaining how 'queer' reading makes a difference to biblical exegesis. As with feminism, theoretical questions arise such as whether such readings are characterized by certain questions or can only legitimately be done by gay or lesbian readers. The contributors are drawn from a range of backgrounds and a variety of interests--Jewish, Christian, agnostic, male, female, heterosexual, gay and lesbian--and mostly concentrate on individual passages and books. But the volume also contains some theoretical reflections, and it ends with three +critical responses' from scholars with interdisciplinary interests on the place of queer read-ing of the Bible in broader contexts. A book for anyone interested in contemporary issues of bible interpretation or in queer theory generally.