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Alterity and Identity in Israel : The ger in the Old Testament.

By: Series: Beihefte Zur Zeitschrift Für Die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft SerPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (198 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9783110802221
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Alterity and Identity in Israel : The ger in the Old TestamentDDC classification:
  • 221
LOC classification:
  • BS1199.N6.R36 1999eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part 1. The Noun גר As Figura Iuridica: The גר As Individuum -- 1. The Emergence Of The Noun גר As A Legal Term -- 1.1 The Supposed Semantic Equivalence Of The Verb גור And The Noun גר -- 1.2 The Non-Legal Use Of גור Vs. The Legal Use Ofגר -- 1.3 The Transit Character Of גור Vs. The Punctual Character Ofגר -- 1.4 The Emigrant Character Of גור Vs. The Immigrant Character Of גר -- 1.5 The Different Subjects Used In Relation With גור And גר -- 1.6 גור And גר: Presence And Absence Of Synonyms -- 1.7 גור And גר: Derivation Vs. Denomination -- Part 2. The Use Of The Term גר As Legal Status -- 2. The Triad גר - Orphan-Widow In Deuteronomy -- 2.1 The Deuteronomic Expansion Of The Traditional Pair Widow-Orphan -- 2.2 The Triad גר - Orphan-Widow As Collective Subject -- 2.3 Beyond The Limits Of A Genealogical Ethics -- 2.4 Support Measures On Behalf Of The Triad -- 2.5 Conclusion -- 3. The Pair גר - אזרח In The Holiness Code -- 3.1 The Noun גר In The Holiness Code -- 3.2 The Centrality Of The Notion Of Holiness -- 3.3 The גר In The Holiness Code: A Proselyte? -- 3.4 Conclusion -- 4. The Individual גר -- 4.1 Is 14,1 -- 4.2 Deut 10,19 -- 4.3 Deut 10,19A: The Command To Love The גר -- 4.4 Conclusion -- Part 3. The Noun גר As Figura Theologica -- 5. The Israelites As גרים -- 5.1 The Israelites As גרים In The Land Of Egypt -- 6. The Israelites As גרים With Yahweh -- 6.1 Lev 25, 23B -- 6.2 "גר With Yahweh" As A P Formula -- 6.3 The Status Of The גר: A Cultic Origin? -- Part 4. Alterity And Identity, Alterity As Identity -- 7. The Peculiar Concern For The גר In The Old Testament -- 7.1 The Foreigner In The Society Of The Ancient Near East -- 7.2 The גר In Israel'S Legal Tradition -- 7.3 Discontinuity Of The Old Testament With Its Cultural Environment -- 8. The Progressive Theologisation Of The Notion Of Foreignness.
8.1 The Human Life As Pilgrimage -- 8.2 Wirkungsgeschichte: The Translation Of The Noun גר In The Lxx -- 9. Conclusion -- Appendix -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- Index Of Authors -- Index Of References.
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 -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part 1. The Noun גר As Figura Iuridica: The גר As Individuum -- 1. The Emergence Of The Noun גר As A Legal Term -- 1.1 The Supposed Semantic Equivalence Of The Verb גור And The Noun גר -- 1.2 The Non-Legal Use Of גור Vs. The Legal Use Ofגר -- 1.3 The Transit Character Of גור Vs. The Punctual Character Ofגר -- 1.4 The Emigrant Character Of גור Vs. The Immigrant Character Of גר -- 1.5 The Different Subjects Used In Relation With גור And גר -- 1.6 גור And גר: Presence And Absence Of Synonyms -- 1.7 גור And גר: Derivation Vs. Denomination -- Part 2. The Use Of The Term גר As Legal Status -- 2. The Triad גר - Orphan-Widow In Deuteronomy -- 2.1 The Deuteronomic Expansion Of The Traditional Pair Widow-Orphan -- 2.2 The Triad גר - Orphan-Widow As Collective Subject -- 2.3 Beyond The Limits Of A Genealogical Ethics -- 2.4 Support Measures On Behalf Of The Triad -- 2.5 Conclusion -- 3. The Pair גר - אזרח In The Holiness Code -- 3.1 The Noun גר In The Holiness Code -- 3.2 The Centrality Of The Notion Of Holiness -- 3.3 The גר In The Holiness Code: A Proselyte? -- 3.4 Conclusion -- 4. The Individual גר -- 4.1 Is 14,1 -- 4.2 Deut 10,19 -- 4.3 Deut 10,19A: The Command To Love The גר -- 4.4 Conclusion -- Part 3. The Noun גר As Figura Theologica -- 5. The Israelites As גרים -- 5.1 The Israelites As גרים In The Land Of Egypt -- 6. The Israelites As גרים With Yahweh -- 6.1 Lev 25, 23B -- 6.2 "גר With Yahweh" As A P Formula -- 6.3 The Status Of The גר: A Cultic Origin? -- Part 4. Alterity And Identity, Alterity As Identity -- 7. The Peculiar Concern For The גר In The Old Testament -- 7.1 The Foreigner In The Society Of The Ancient Near East -- 7.2 The גר In Israel'S Legal Tradition -- 7.3 Discontinuity Of The Old Testament With Its Cultural Environment -- 8. The Progressive Theologisation Of The Notion Of Foreignness.

8.1 The Human Life As Pilgrimage -- 8.2 Wirkungsgeschichte: The Translation Of The Noun גר In The Lxx -- 9. Conclusion -- Appendix -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- Index Of Authors -- Index Of References.

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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