Obadiah #2020

Obadiah By Bob Becking Obadiah Although Obadiah is the smallest book in the Hebrew Bible its readers are confronted with a variety of challenges linguistic historical and hermeneutical In the present volume the Book of Obadiah is
  • Title: Obadiah
  • Author: Bob Becking
  • ISBN: 9781910928097
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • Obadiah By Bob Becking Although Obadiah is the smallest book in the Hebrew Bible, its readers are confronted with a variety of challenges linguistic, historical and hermeneutical In the present volume the Book of Obadiah is approached from a variety of angles and reading strategies These approaches sometimes concur, but often contradict one another Bob Becking discusses various grammatical anAlthough Obadiah is the smallest book in the Hebrew Bible, its readers are confronted with a variety of challenges linguistic, historical and hermeneutical In the present volume the Book of Obadiah is approached from a variety of angles and reading strategies These approaches sometimes concur, but often contradict one another Bob Becking discusses various grammatical and linguistic problems of the Hebrew text in translating the book for a post secular audience Historical questions are the province of Nadav Na aman What were the events with which the text seems to cope Literary historical issues concern Marvin Sweeney, who sees the book as the end result of a complex redaction history in which the text was read in connection with and confrontation to the other Minor Prophets Reading from particular positions is the theme of Gerrie Snyman, approaching the book in a South African context, and asking, Who is vulnerable and who is not Julia O Brien takes a gender specific approach asking, What does it mean that Edom is a brother who breaks the family code Eric Ottenheijm traces the ways in which the Rabbis understood Obadiah With insights from newly developing fields, Nicholas Werse discusses the violent character of judgment in the book in the light of semiotics, and Bradford Anderson brings to the fore the spatial rhetoric in the book The authors of this volume offer their readings of the text in a non exclusive way No one claims to have found the one and only way to appreciate the message of the prophetic book It is up to the readers of this volume and of the Book of Obadiah to decide how they will read the book in the changing circumstances of life.
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