Biblical Text and Exegetical Culture

Collected Essays
 
 
Mohr Siebeck (Verlag)
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  • erschienen im Januar 2022
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  • XI, 620 Seiten
 
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In this wide-ranging collection, Michael Fishbane investigates the complex and diverse relationships between the 'biblical text' and 'exegetical culture.' The author demonstrates the multiple literary dimensions and interpretative strategies that came to form the Hebrew Bible in the context of the ancient Near East, the Dead Sea Scrolls in the context of an emergent biblical-Jewish culture, and the classical rabbinic Midrash in the context of an emergent rabbinic civilization in late antiquity. Within each study, and in the collection as a whole, the author shows a broad range of creative methods, always with a scholarly concern to illuminate the religious ideas of Scripture as it was perceived through diverse hermeneutical lenses and exegetical methodologies. The studies range from the purely literary to the highly analytic, from myth to law, and from studies of symbols to the study of exegetical methods.
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Born 1943; 1971 PhD, Brandeis University; 1971 90 Samuel Lane Professor of Jewish Religious History, Brandeis University; since 1991 Nathan Cummings Distinguished Service Professor of Jewish Studies, University of Chicago.
  • Cover
  • Title
  • Table of Contents
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • Biblical Israel
  • 1. Composition and Structure in the Jacob Cycle (Genesis 25:19-35:22): Formations of Epic Narrative
  • 2. Historical Narrative and Narrative Poetics in 1 Samuel 3: Composition and Creativity
  • 3. Prophetic Loneliness and Anguish in Jeremiah 20:7-12 : Suffering and Subjectivity
  • 4. Creation, Torah, and Hope: The Theological Construction of Psalm 19
  • 5. Biblical Prophecy as a Religious Phenomenon
  • 6. Israel and the "Mothers"
  • 7. Varia Deuteronomica
  • 8. Biblical Colophons, Textual Criticism, and Legal Analogies
  • 9. Accusations of Adultery: A Study of Law and Scribal Practice in Numbers 5:11-31
  • 10. Census and Intercession in a Priestly Text (Exodus 30:11-16) and in its Midrashic Transformation
  • 11. Form and Reformulation of the Biblical Priestly Blessing (Numbers 6:23-27)
  • 12. Inner-Biblical Exegesis: Types and Strategies of Interpretation in Ancient Israel
  • 13. Revelation and Tradition: Aspects of Inner-Biblical Exegesis
  • 14. Hermeneutical and Spiritual Transformations of "Torah"-Instruction in Biblical and Rabbinic Tradition
  • 15. Law to Canon : Some "Ideal-Typical" Stages of Development
  • Transition
  • 16. The Qumran Pesher and Traits of Ancient Hermeneutics
  • 17. Use, Authority, and Interpretation of Mikra at Qumran
  • 18. The Well of Living Water: A Biblical Motif and its Ancient Transformations
  • 19. Through a Looking Glass: Reflections on Ezekiel 43:3, Numbers 12:8, and 1 Corinthians 13:8
  • 20. From Scribalism to Rabbinism: Perspectives on the Emergence of Classical Judaism
  • Ancient Judaism
  • 21. Midrash and the Meaning of Scripture
  • 22. Exegetical Theology and Divine Suffering in Jewish Thought
  • 23. Five Stages of Jewish Myth and Mythmaking
  • 24. "The Holy One Sits and Roars": Mythopoesis and the Midrashic Imagination
  • 25. Arm of the Lord: Biblical Myth, Rabbinic Midrash, and the Mystery of History
  • 26. Some Forms of Divine Appearance in Ancient Jewish Thought
  • 27. The "Measures" of God's Glory in Ancient Midrash
  • 28. The Inwardness of Joy and Jewish Spirituality
  • 29. The Imagination of Death in Jewish Spirituality
  • 30. Action and Non-Action in Jewish Spirituality
  • 31. Aspects of Jewish Magic in the Ancient Rabbinic Period
  • 32. The Song of Songs and Ancient Jewish Religiosity: Between Eros and History
  • 33. Aspects of the Transformation of Sacrifice in Judaism
  • 34. Legal Authority and Moral Character: A Case Study in Rabbinic Law and Theology
  • 35. Law, Story, and Interpretation: Reading Rabbinic Texts
  • 36. Text and Canon
  • Conclusion
  • 37. Canonical Texts, Covenantal Communities , and the Patterns of Exegetical Culture: Reflections on the Past Century
  • Original Publications
  • Index of Citations from Ancient and Medieval Sources
  • Index of Authors
  • Index of Subjects
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