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The Complete Literary Guide to the Bible

The Literary Guide to the Bible. Offers guidance for reading and studying each book of the Old and New Testament.

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Sutra del estado. Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy. Perricone's 7 Secrets to Beauty, Health and Longevity. After ruminating about what to call the books he is introducing, he expresses his preference for "Hebrew Bible, The term "merely cognate" was new to me; perhaps it helps to explain the subsequent assertion that the roots pth and psh are "cognate" p.

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The location of Biblical Aramaic is also strikingly original. The tripartite division of this "Hebrew Bible" is, according to Alter, "no more than a crude generic division of the books in their traditional order according to the Jewish canon" p. Yet somehow "the retrospective act of canonization has created a unity among the disparate texts that we as later readers can scarcely ignore To call canonization a "retrospective act" is to ignore the recent scholarship at least mentioned by Alter's co-editor, p.

The selection, redaction, arrangement, and even the composition of biblical books, it seems, were more or less self-consciously directed towards the creation of intertextual unity.

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That unity was self-evident to traditional commentators not their invention , and there is nothing "crude" about it. Despite its intense intertextuality, the GWWL has no overarching coherence, nor do any of its major parts.

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    Date: Jan. From: Hebrew Studies Vol.