Israel's past seen from the present : studies on history and religion in ancient Israel and Judah / Bob Becking.  (Text) (Text)

Becking, Bob
Call no.: DS115.5 .B43 2021Series: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft: 535.Publication: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, c2021Description: xviii, 250 p. : illISBN: 311071714X (hbk.); 9783110717143 (hbk.)Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- History of contemporary events -- HistoriographyJews -- History -- Historiography. -- 953-586 B.CIsrael -- AntiquitiesLOC classification: DS115.5 | .B43 2021
Contents:Introduction -- David between Ideology and Evidence -- Assyrian Evidence for Iconic Polytheism in Ancient Israel? -- How to Encounter an Historical Problem? "722-720" as a Case Study -- West Semites at Tell Šēḥ Ḥamad: Evidence for the Israelite Exile? -- Phoenician Snakes and a Prophetic Parallelism: An Implication for Zephaniah 1,9 of a Recent Discovery in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts -- Sennacherib and Jerusalem: New Perspectives -- Means of Revelation in the Book of Jeremiah -- A Fragmented History of the Exile -- Global Warming and the Babylonian Exile -- The Return of the Deity from Exile: Iconic or Aniconic? -- Is There a Samaritan Identity in the Earliest Documents? -- More than one God? Three Models of Construing the Relations between Yhwh and the Other Gods -- A Troubler of "Ancient Israel": Philip Davies as Heir of Faustus of Mileve.
Summary: "What happened in ancient Israel and how do we know it? This collection of essays provides insight into the problems we encounter when we try to (re)construct events from Israel's past. On the one hand, the Hebrew Bible is a biased source, on the other hand, the data provided by archaeology and extra-biblical texts are constrained and sometimes contradictory. Through a discussion of a set of examples, the author applies fundamental principles from the philosophy of history to illuminate Israel's past - or at least a part of it.".
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Introduction -- David between Ideology and Evidence -- Assyrian Evidence for Iconic Polytheism in Ancient Israel? -- How to Encounter an Historical Problem? "722-720" as a Case Study -- West Semites at Tell Šēḥ Ḥamad: Evidence for the Israelite Exile? -- Phoenician Snakes and a Prophetic Parallelism: An Implication for Zephaniah 1,9 of a Recent Discovery in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts -- Sennacherib and Jerusalem: New Perspectives -- Means of Revelation in the Book of Jeremiah -- A Fragmented History of the Exile -- Global Warming and the Babylonian Exile -- The Return of the Deity from Exile: Iconic or Aniconic? -- Is There a Samaritan Identity in the Earliest Documents? -- More than one God? Three Models of Construing the Relations between Yhwh and the Other Gods -- A Troubler of "Ancient Israel": Philip Davies as Heir of Faustus of Mileve.

"What happened in ancient Israel and how do we know it? This collection of essays provides insight into the problems we encounter when we try to (re)construct events from Israel's past. On the one hand, the Hebrew Bible is a biased source, on the other hand, the data provided by archaeology and extra-biblical texts are constrained and sometimes contradictory. Through a discussion of a set of examples, the author applies fundamental principles from the philosophy of history to illuminate Israel's past - or at least a part of it.".

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