Revealed Wisdom : Studies in Apocalyptic in Honour of Christopher Rowland.

By: Rowland, ChristopherContributor(s): Ashton, JohnSeries: Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity SerPublisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (372 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789004272040Subject(s): Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.;Apocalyptic literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Revealed Wisdom : Studies in Apocalyptic in Honour of Christopher RowlandDDC classification: 220/.046 LOC classification: BS646.R48 2014Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- 1. The Opening of Heaven in the Book of Job -- 2. Ethics in Apocalyptic -- 3. Towards a Taxonomy of Jewish Messianisms -- 4. Psalm 90 and Isaiah 65 in Jubilees 23 -- 5. The Temple Library in Apocalyptic Legend -- 6. Primordial Lights: The Logos and Adoil in the Johannine Prologue and 2 Enoch -- 7. The Date of 2 Baruch -- 8. Seeing and Understanding in 4 Ezra -- 9. The Transformation of Paul's Apocalyptic Ideas in the First Two Centuries -- 10. Paul and Universalism -- 11. The Reader of Mark 13:14b as the (Re-)Interpreter of Apocalyptic -- 12. Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility in the Fourth Gospel -- 13. Jewish Apocalyptic Lore in Early Islam: Reconsidering Ka'b Al-Aḥbar -- 14. The Concordist Imagination: A Theme in the History of Eschatology -- 15. Hope Against Hope: A Reading of Joachim of Fiore -- 16. Francis of Assisi as Apocalyptic Visionary -- 17. "The Young Daniel": A Little Known Syriac Apocalyptic Text. Introduction and Translation -- 18. The Place of the Book of Revelation in a New Testament Theology -- 19. Pseudonymity and the Revelation of John -- 20. From Seer to Saint: Psychotherapeutic Change in the Book of Revelation -- 21. Chaos and New Creation -- Index of Names and Subjects.
Summary: Articles on biblical books-Job, Paul, Mark, John-are accompanied by essays upon Messianism and apocalyptic ethics, plus studies on five first-century Jewish apocalypses, an early champion of Islam, two medieval Christian seers, and finally the Book of Revelation itself.
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Intro -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- 1. The Opening of Heaven in the Book of Job -- 2. Ethics in Apocalyptic -- 3. Towards a Taxonomy of Jewish Messianisms -- 4. Psalm 90 and Isaiah 65 in Jubilees 23 -- 5. The Temple Library in Apocalyptic Legend -- 6. Primordial Lights: The Logos and Adoil in the Johannine Prologue and 2 Enoch -- 7. The Date of 2 Baruch -- 8. Seeing and Understanding in 4 Ezra -- 9. The Transformation of Paul's Apocalyptic Ideas in the First Two Centuries -- 10. Paul and Universalism -- 11. The Reader of Mark 13:14b as the (Re-)Interpreter of Apocalyptic -- 12. Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility in the Fourth Gospel -- 13. Jewish Apocalyptic Lore in Early Islam: Reconsidering Ka'b Al-Aḥbar -- 14. The Concordist Imagination: A Theme in the History of Eschatology -- 15. Hope Against Hope: A Reading of Joachim of Fiore -- 16. Francis of Assisi as Apocalyptic Visionary -- 17. "The Young Daniel": A Little Known Syriac Apocalyptic Text. Introduction and Translation -- 18. The Place of the Book of Revelation in a New Testament Theology -- 19. Pseudonymity and the Revelation of John -- 20. From Seer to Saint: Psychotherapeutic Change in the Book of Revelation -- 21. Chaos and New Creation -- Index of Names and Subjects.

Articles on biblical books-Job, Paul, Mark, John-are accompanied by essays upon Messianism and apocalyptic ethics, plus studies on five first-century Jewish apocalypses, an early champion of Islam, two medieval Christian seers, and finally the Book of Revelation itself.

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