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Chaos Uncreated : A Reassessment of the Theme of Chaos in the Hebrew Bible.

By: Series: Beihefte Zur Zeitschrift Für Die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft SerPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2005Copyright date: ©2005Description: 1 online resource (504 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9783110900866
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Chaos Uncreated : A Reassessment of the Theme of Chaos in the Hebrew BibleDDC classification:
  • 221.6 s 221.6
LOC classification:
  • BS1430.6.T447 -- W38 2005eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Abbreviations -- Preface -- I. Introduction -- II. The Theme of „Chaos" in the Psalter: The State of the Question -- 1. „Chaos" -- 2. Creation -- 3. Combat -- 4. Comparative Method -- 5. Summary -- 6. Mowinckels „Cultic" Approach -- III. Archaic Hebrew Poetry: Psalms 29, 68 and 114 -- 1. The Date of Psalms 29, 68 and 114 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Psalms 29, 68 and 114 -- 3. Summary -- IV. Individual Laments, Royal Laments and Related Thanksgiving Psalms: Psalms 18, 32, 42-3, 69, 88, 124, and 144 -- 1. Psalm 18: Yahweh's Deliverance of the Suppliant from the Waters of Sheol and from his Enemies -- 2. Psalm 144: The Waters as Symbolic of the Psalmist's Enemies -- Yahweh as Deliverer -- 3. Psalm 124: The Waters as Symbolic of Sheol and of the Psalmist's Enemies -- Yahweh as Deliverer -- 4. Psalm 69: The Waters as Symbolic of Sheol -- Yahweh as Deliverer -- 5. Psalm 42-3 and 88: The Waters as Symbolic of Sheol: Yahweh as the Agent of Woe -- 6. Psalm 32: Freedom from the Waters attained through Prayer -- 7. A Note on Dating -- 8. Summary -- V. Songs Relating to the Protection of Zion: Psalms 24, 93, 46 and 65 -- 1. The Date of Psalms 24, 93, 46 and 65 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Psalms 24, 93, 46 and 65 -- 3. Summary -- VI. National Laments: Psalms 77, 74, 89 (with 87) and 44 -- 1. Psalm 77 -- 2 Psalm 74 -- 3. Psalm 89 -- 4. Psalm 44 -- 5. Summary -- VII. Songs of Universal Praise: Psalms 96, 98, 148 and 135 -- 1. Psalms 96 and 98 -- 2. Psalm 148 -- 3. Psalm 135 -- 4. Summary -- VIII. The Creation of "Chaos" in the Psalter? Psalms 24, 95, 146, 148, 136, 33 and 104 -- 1. Psalm 24 -- 2. Psalm 95 -- 3. Psalm 146 -- 4. Psalm 148 -- 5. Psalm 136 -- 6. Psalm 33 -- 7. Psalm 104 -- 8. Summary -- IX. The Crossing of ׳םֿסוף: Psalms 78, 106 and 136 -- 1. The Date of Psalms 78, 106 and 136 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Psalms 78, 106 and 136.
3. Summary -- X. The Theme of "Chaos" in the Psalter: Summary of Results -- XI. The Theme of "Chaos" in the Wider Old Testament -- 1. The Dating of the "Chaos" References of Job and Isaiah 27, 30, 51 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Job and Isaiah 27, 30, 51 -- Conclusion -- 1. Reassessment of the Applicability of "Chaos" Language to the Hebrew Bible -- 1.1 Combat -- 1.2 Creation -- 1.3 „Chaos" -- 2. Diachronie Results and Implications -- Bibliography -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Biblical, Ancient Near Eastern and Classical References -- Index of Modern Authors -- Index of Hebrew and Ugaritic Terms.
Summary: The series Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (BZAW) covers all areas of research into the Old Testament, focusing on the Hebrew Bible, its early and later forms in Ancient Judaism, as well as its branching into many neighboring cultures of the Ancient Near East and the Greco-Roman world.
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Intro -- Abbreviations -- Preface -- I. Introduction -- II. The Theme of „Chaos" in the Psalter: The State of the Question -- 1. „Chaos" -- 2. Creation -- 3. Combat -- 4. Comparative Method -- 5. Summary -- 6. Mowinckels „Cultic" Approach -- III. Archaic Hebrew Poetry: Psalms 29, 68 and 114 -- 1. The Date of Psalms 29, 68 and 114 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Psalms 29, 68 and 114 -- 3. Summary -- IV. Individual Laments, Royal Laments and Related Thanksgiving Psalms: Psalms 18, 32, 42-3, 69, 88, 124, and 144 -- 1. Psalm 18: Yahweh's Deliverance of the Suppliant from the Waters of Sheol and from his Enemies -- 2. Psalm 144: The Waters as Symbolic of the Psalmist's Enemies -- Yahweh as Deliverer -- 3. Psalm 124: The Waters as Symbolic of Sheol and of the Psalmist's Enemies -- Yahweh as Deliverer -- 4. Psalm 69: The Waters as Symbolic of Sheol -- Yahweh as Deliverer -- 5. Psalm 42-3 and 88: The Waters as Symbolic of Sheol: Yahweh as the Agent of Woe -- 6. Psalm 32: Freedom from the Waters attained through Prayer -- 7. A Note on Dating -- 8. Summary -- V. Songs Relating to the Protection of Zion: Psalms 24, 93, 46 and 65 -- 1. The Date of Psalms 24, 93, 46 and 65 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Psalms 24, 93, 46 and 65 -- 3. Summary -- VI. National Laments: Psalms 77, 74, 89 (with 87) and 44 -- 1. Psalm 77 -- 2 Psalm 74 -- 3. Psalm 89 -- 4. Psalm 44 -- 5. Summary -- VII. Songs of Universal Praise: Psalms 96, 98, 148 and 135 -- 1. Psalms 96 and 98 -- 2. Psalm 148 -- 3. Psalm 135 -- 4. Summary -- VIII. The Creation of "Chaos" in the Psalter? Psalms 24, 95, 146, 148, 136, 33 and 104 -- 1. Psalm 24 -- 2. Psalm 95 -- 3. Psalm 146 -- 4. Psalm 148 -- 5. Psalm 136 -- 6. Psalm 33 -- 7. Psalm 104 -- 8. Summary -- IX. The Crossing of ׳םֿסוף: Psalms 78, 106 and 136 -- 1. The Date of Psalms 78, 106 and 136 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Psalms 78, 106 and 136.

3. Summary -- X. The Theme of "Chaos" in the Psalter: Summary of Results -- XI. The Theme of "Chaos" in the Wider Old Testament -- 1. The Dating of the "Chaos" References of Job and Isaiah 27, 30, 51 -- 2. The Theme of "Chaos" in Job and Isaiah 27, 30, 51 -- Conclusion -- 1. Reassessment of the Applicability of "Chaos" Language to the Hebrew Bible -- 1.1 Combat -- 1.2 Creation -- 1.3 „Chaos" -- 2. Diachronie Results and Implications -- Bibliography -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Biblical, Ancient Near Eastern and Classical References -- Index of Modern Authors -- Index of Hebrew and Ugaritic Terms.

The series Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (BZAW) covers all areas of research into the Old Testament, focusing on the Hebrew Bible, its early and later forms in Ancient Judaism, as well as its branching into many neighboring cultures of the Ancient Near East and the Greco-Roman world.

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