2 edition of The social location of the visions of Amram (4Q543-547) found in the catalog.
The social location of the visions of Amram (4Q543-547)
Robert R. Duke
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert R. Duke|
|Series||Studies in biblical literature -- v. 135|
|LC Classifications||BM488.5 .D85 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009036561|
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[Robert R Duke] -- The Visions of Amram (4Q), five copies of an Aramaic text found among the Dead Sea Scrolls, stems from the pre-Hasmonean period and provides evidence of a highly variegated society in early. The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4Q) by Robert R.
Duke,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Robert R. Duke. Visions of Amram, also referred to as 4Q, is a collection of five extremely fragmented copies found in Qumran cave 4. InJozef T. Milik published a significant fragment of the Visions of Amram.
Since then, controversy has surrounded this document at every turn. In this testament, Amram gathers his sons, Moses and Aaron, to his deathbed and relates stories of his life, providing.
The Visions of Amram (4Q–), five copies of an Aramaic text found among the Dead Sea Scrolls, stems from the pre-Hasmonean period and provides evidence of a highly variegated society in early Judaism.
In this book, Robert R. Duke offers a new reading of all the fragments and an in-depth discussion of their significance, illuminating a time period in Jewish history that needs more Cited by: 1. While Puech regards the seven manuscripts 4Q– as belonging to the Visions of Amram, Robert Duke holds that only five of the scrolls (4Q–) belong to this group, Robert Duke, The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4Q–), StBibLit (New York: Peter Lang, ), 35– On the question of overlaps and identity Author: Jesper Høgenhaven.
My analysis shows that, though the social location of the Visions of Amram is difficult to determine, we should not be too quick to dismiss the possibility that the writer was a supporter of the contemporary status quo in the temple, given the elevated status afforded to both Aaron and his eternal posterity throughout the : Robert Jones.
The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4Q) (pp. New York: Peter Lang. Book Chapters Duke, R. Peacemaking Left Behind: Can Orthopathy Help Evangelicals Promote Peace. In Carole J. Lambert (Ed.), Doing Good, Departing from Evil: Research Findings in the Twenty-First Century (pp.
New York: Peter Lang. The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4q). Studies in Biblical Literature v. New York: Peter Lang, Kugel, James L. In Potiphar’s House: The Interpretive Life of Biblical Texts. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, Puech, Émile, ed.
Qumrân Cave 4 Textes Araméens, premiere partie 4Q Discoveries. “Visions of Amram,” his dissertation from UCLA on the Aramaic Qumran text, was published as The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4Q–) (Peter Lang Publishing, ), and he has published articles and book chapters in Dead Sea Discoveries, Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament, and other publications.
Duke has also devoted. Andrew, thanks for taking to the time to chat with us about your new book, The Dynamics of Dream-Vision Revelation in the Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls (V&R, ). Andrew B. Perrin (PhD, McMaster University) is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Co-Director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia, Canada (Twitter: @twudssi.
Are some readings of the Bible more objective than others. More privileged. More true. How does one's own life situation shape one's reading of the text. What will acknowledgment of the validity of a variety of perspectives mean for historical-critical methods of interpretation.
The present dizzying pluralism of "locations" - not only of ethnicity, class, and gender, but also of social and. The Social Visions of the Hebrew Bible and social location as ways to jar loose the false modern assumptions biblical readers invariably bring to the text.
The social sciences can enable us to see in biblical ethics lived social realities, meaningful social interactions, signposts in various social worlds, and discourses reflective of.
The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4Q) Bokhorst, M.,In: Journal for the Study of Judaism. 43, 1, p. 2 p. Research output: Contribution. composition; see Robert R.
Duke, The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4Q–), StBibLit (New York: Peter Lang, ), 35– Trehuedic is unsure whether 4Q–4Q Paused You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.
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Features. Apr 7, Amram’s dream-vision in the Aramaic work 4QVisions of Amram (hereafter, 4QVisAmram) is infused with a blend of cosmological dualism and priestly concerns. Because this work almost certainly originated before and beyond the ken of the scribal community at Qumran, the dualistic ideology it contains provides important context for the dualistic.
historical and social situation (or crisis, in one form or another) to which and out of which the Apocalypse addresses itself: The most weighty external evidence appears in Irenaeus, Against Heresies, book five, where Irenaeus places the work "near the end of Domitian' s reign," which would have been near the beginning of his own Size: KB.The initial visions in chapters four and five are the interpretive key to the rest of the book.
First, in chapter four, John reports a vision of the “Almighty God”, the all-powerful and redemptive creator seated on a throne, surrounded by a rainbow, and worshiped by all creation.The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (4Q) A Biblical Theology of Gerassapience; The So-Called Mixed Text «Resolviendo» The Christian Gospel and Its Jewish Roots; The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit; The Significance of the Ark Narrative; A .