Seeking the Favor of God, Том 2

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Mark J. Boda, Daniel K. Falk, Rodney Alan Werline
Society of Biblical Lit, 2006 - 300 стор.
The essays collected in this volume investigate the development of prayers of penitence within Jewish literature of the Hellenistic and Roman periods. The book provides a critical overview of the present state of research on these prayers, and leading experts in the field use a variety of methodologies to investigate afresh various texts from the Hebrew Bible, apocryphal (deuterocanonical) and pseudepigraphical works, and the Qumran corpus in order to provide new insights into this prayer tradition. Contributors include Russell C. D. Arnold, Esther G. Chazon, Daniel K. Falk, LeAnn Snow Flesher, Michael H. Floyd, Judith H. Newman, Bilhah Nitzan, Eileen Schuller, Pieter M. Venter, and Rodney A. Werline.Seeking the Favor of God includes three volumes covering the origins, development, and impact of penitential prayer in Second Temple Judaism.

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A Research Survey
1
Prayer Politics and Social Vision in Daniel 9
17
A Penitential Prayer in Apocalyptic Garb
33
Penitential Prayer in the Second Temple Period from the Perspective of Baruch
51
Penitential Prayer orPetition for Obligatory Action?
83
The Form and Settings of the Prayer of Manasseh
105
Scriptural Inspiration for Penitential Prayer in the Dead Sea Scrolls
127
Repentance and the Qumran Covenant Ceremony
159
Traditional and Atypical Motifs in Penitential Prayers from Qumran
187
Definition and Form
209
Afterword
227
Bibliography
239
Contributors
255
Ancient Sources Index
257
Modern Authors Index
275
Subject Index
279

The Words of the Luminaries and Penitential Prayer in Second Temple Times
177

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Mark J. Boda, Ph.D. (1996) in Old Testament, University of Cambridge, is Professor of Old Testament, McMaster Divinity College, and Professor, Faculty of Theology, McMaster University. He coedited Repentance in Christian Theology (Liturgical/Michael Glazier) and authored Praying the Tradition: The Origin and Use of Tradition in Nehemiah 9 (de Gruyter). Daniel K. Falk, Ph.D. (1996) in Qumran Studies, University of Cambridge, is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies and Ancient Judaism at the University of Oregon and author of Parabiblical Texts (T&T Clark) and Daily, Sabbath, and Festival Prayers in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Brill). Rodney A. Werline, Ph.D. (1995) in Early Judaism and Early Christianity in the Greco-Roman World, University of Iowa, is Associate Professor of Religion at Barton College in Wilson, North Carolina, and author of Pray Like This (Continuum) and Penitential Prayer in Second Temple Judaism: The Development of a Religious Institution (Scholars Press).

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