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Author: Lyle Eslinger
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Title: Into the Hands of the Living God (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies)
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Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press; 1 edition (November 1, 2009)
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Into the Hands of the Living God (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Lyle Eslinger



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Into the Hands of the Living God (JSOT supplement) by Eslinger. 84. From Carmel to Horeb: Elijah in Crisis (JSOT Supplement) by Alan J. Hauser. 90. Ideology of Ritual Space Time and Status in the Priestly Theology (JSOT supplement) (Library Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Frank H. Gorman. 91. On humour and the comic in the Hebrew Bible by Radday. The Bible in Ethics: The Second Sheffield Colloquium (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by John W. Rogerson. 207. Out of Eden: Reading, Rhetoric, And Ideology in Genesis 2-3 (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Beverly J. Stratton. 208. Narrative art, political rhetoric : the case of Athaliah and Joash by Patricia Dutcher-Walls.

Good News Translation Holman Christian Standard Inst. Word Studies Hebrew Jump to OT Hebrew Parallel Texts Multilingual Afrikaans Albanian Amharic NT Arabic Aramaic NT Armenian NT Basque. GOD'S WORD® Translation Falling into the hands of the living God is a terrifying thing. New American Standard 1977 It is a terrifying thing to fall into the hands of the living God. Jubilee Bible 2000 It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.

See what’s new in the latest version of Logos Bible Software. Whether you’re preparing a sermon or doing personal devotions, Logos 8 includes the digital books and tools you need to understand and apply God’s Word with accuracy and conviction. The Deuteronomistic narratives are here shown to be far from being a vindication of the ways of God at Israel’s expense. Rather, in these narratives God, no less than Israel’s leaders, has his hands soiled in the machinations that end in Babylon. What the Deuteronomistic history offers is, rather, dispassionate analysis of the problems, some unavoidable, that predetermined the failure of the covenant relationship. Library of Hebrew Bible, Old Testament Studies (LHBOTS) (382 vols.

Into the Hands of the Living God (Lyle Eslinger). 85. From Carmel to Horeb: Elijah in Crisis (Alan J. Hauser & Russell Gregory). 86. The Syntax of the Verb in Classical Hebrew Prose (Alviero Niccacci). 87. The Bible in Three Dimensions: Essays in Celebration of Forty Years of Biblical Studies in the University of Sheffield (David . Clines, Stanley E. Porter & Stephen E. Fowl, ed. 88. The Persuasive Appeal of the Chronicler: A Rhetorical Analysis (Rodney K. Duke).

Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies ; 450) Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. ISBN 0-567-02692-2 (hardcover) 1. Bible. Unfortunately Cathy had the incredibly bad judgment to allow a Religion punk into her circle of respectable Comparative Literature students. Such is the topic of the dialogues. The friends maintain a belief in a completely just and good God, and therefore hold suffering to be the occasion for "moral and religious self-examination and reflection":27 suffering is judgment for the wicked (15:20-35), a warning for those with questionable ethics (5:1719), discipline for the ethically immature (33:14-30), or cause to return to God in trust. Philip R. Davies, e. 205. Interested Parties: The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible (David. 206. First Bible of the Church: A Plea for the Septuagint (Møgens Müller).

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Into the Hands of the Living God is Lyle Eslinger's second study of Deuteronomistic literature. This book is devoted to studies of key texts (Joshua 1-9; Judges 1-2; 1 Samuel 12; 1 Kings 8; 2 Kings 17) or concepts (the success/failure of the conquest; the exile and theodicy) in these narratives. Eslinger's readings are unorthodox and challenging, both for readers from the communities of faith and for critical scholarship. The Deuteronomistic narratives are here shown to be far from being a vindication of the ways of God at Israel's expense. Rather, in these narratives God, no less than Israel's leaders, has his hands soiled in the machinations that end in Babylon. What the Deuteronomistic history offers is, rather, dispassionate analysis of the problems, some unavoidable, that predetermined the failure of the covenant relationship. The collection of carefully worked out close readings of the biblical text in this volume provides a new critical vantage point from which one can reassess conventional historical-critical readings of these colourful books.