Recent Research on the Major Prophets

Recent Research on the Major Prophets

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Given the many new methods and approaches for interpreting biblical literature that have appeared in the past several decades, it is hardly surprising that our understanding of the prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel has expanded and diversified at a rapid pace. Historical-critical understandings and perspectives have been challenged and often dramatically altered. New approaches, such as social-scientific criticism, rhetorical criticism, feminist criticism, reader response criticism, literary analysis, anthropological analysis, structuralist criticism, ideological criticism, and deconstructionist criticism have both challenged old approaches and shed new light on the texts being studied. In this volume, Alan Hauser presents eleven articles, each with an extensive bibliography, that survey the variety and depth of recent and contemporary scholarship on these three prophets. Five of them are new to this volume. All are written by experts in each area of scholarship, including Marvin Sweeney, Paul Kim, Roy Melugin, Robert P. Carroll, Peter Diamond, Katheryn Pfisterer Darr and Risa Levitt Kohn. Hauser introduces the volume with a comprehensive summary and overview of the articles.Webster has contributed rhetorical studies of Isaiah 66 (1986) and Isaiah 63-65 ( 1990). ... with particular attention to a#39;determining bicola and tricola, and clusters of bicola and tricolaa#39;, i.e., stanzas or strophes ... She begins the study of each of the three chapters in Isaiah with a a#39;transliteration of the text, indicating line and section (or strophic) divisions, and a schematic outline of syllable and stress counta#39; (p.


Title:Recent Research on the Major Prophets
Author: Alan J. Hauser
Publisher:Sheffield Phoenix Press Limited - 2008
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