6 edition of Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Judges found in the catalog.
Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Judges
George Foot Moore
June 1995 by T. & T. Clark Publishers .
Written in English
|Series||International Critical Commentary|
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|Number of Pages||528|
Chapter —16, a formal and extended introduction resembling 26—21, can hardly have been designed to occupy its present position. Useful for interpreting Judges in the context of faith communities. In the following commentary matters of history, antiquities, and especially the social and religious life of the people in this period, are properly given the largest place; not only for their intrinsic interest, but because the knowledge of these things is indispensable to any right understanding of the history of Israel and of its religion. No attempt has been made to secure a uniform theological or critical approach to the biblical text: contributors have been invited for their scholarly distinction, not for their adherence to any one school of thought. New York: W.
Since the second half of the 20th century, the focus in research has shifted away from both literary reconstruction and attempts to coordinate the sources of Judges with those of the Pentateuch and the former prophets. Forms of the Old Testament Literature 6B. Second, he catches interesting literary nuances that most people tend to miss. It is antecedently probable that the new school of historians applied themselves first to the history of the Kingdom, where the prophets had gone before them, and in which the moral was more impressive because nearer at hand. In he went to Harvard and was made professor of the history of religion just two years later. Alter employs a literary approach in his commentary on Judges, which also includes his own translation and a brief introduction to the book.
A promising new approach that focuses on the interpretation of Judges in Western culture over two millennia, richly illustrated, critical yet accessible to students in the humanities. A number of studies focus on the organization and themes of Judges itself as an integrated literary whole. This principle was naturally applied by them in the first place to the present and the immediate future. He approaches each section of text through the filter of the following three questions: What did the text mean in its ancient Israelite context?
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This principle was naturally applied by them in the first place to the present and the immediate future. Two important works are conspicuous by their absence. Fantin Acts: An Exegetical Commentary.
I appreciated his handling of the Ruth story as well some of his translation notes are golden here! Indeed, with the other books of the series, it is sure to find its way into the hands of pastors and scholarly laymen. JE is a work of the 7th century, but antedates the reforms of Josiah B.
In his judgement of the Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Judges book he had been anticipated by E2 and JE, but his more rigorous pragmatism and his distinctive style can in most cases be distinguished with sufficient certainty from the work of his predecessors. Newsom and Sharon H. International Critical Commentary on the Holy Scriptures 7.
Judges describes Israel's failure to possess the land, their repeated fall into idolatry where they 'do evil in the eyes of the Lord," and the way the surrounding cultures contribute the the moral decay of the nation.
Kansas City, Kansas, It provides a Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Judges book description of how Judges was brought together as a coherent document from earlier oral and written sources and how it was later modified and supplemented.
WTJ 41 : This is a tightly organized and well presented framework and it read well which you can't often say of higher level commentaries. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations.
As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Eretz Israel 16 : Johnson, Elliott E. He used as the basis of his work a pre-Deuteronomic Book of Judges, in which Othniel as well as Shamgar was not included, while Abimelech was reckoned as one of the twelve judges, whose number was completed by Samuel, or, more probably, by some name which we cannot now recover.
On the strength of these two volumes, I think this is going to be an excellent commentary series. He approaches each section of text through the filter of the following three questions: What did the text mean in its ancient Israelite context?
The outrage committed by the inhabitants of Gibeah upon the Levite's concubine. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Webb respects the text as it is and uses sound literary and rhetorical methods to discover its message. Clark, The Sources of Judges xvii. Paper submitted for course Seminar in Historical, Narrative Literature.
The characteristics which have been discussed in the last section appear chiefly in the introduction 26—36 and at the beginning of the histories of the several judges.
The final section is where he draws out the exegetical and theological themes and points at homiletical trajectories.Gregory Wong’s Compositional Strategy of the Book of Judges, Vetus Testamentum Supplement (Leiden: Brill, ) is an insightful synchronic study that deserves to be integrated into Webb’s study.
Pastors will find Webb’s verse-by-verse commentary helpful in answering the question, “What did the text mean in its ancient Israelite context?”.
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