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Author: D. M. G. Stalker,Gerhard von Rad
ISBN: 0050011405
Language: English
Pages: 470 pages
Publisher: Oliver and Boyd; 1st edition (1965)
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Old Testament Theology, Volume II (The Old Testament Library) by Gerhard von Rad (2001-08-01)

Old Testament Theology, Volume II (The Old Testament Library) by Gerhard von Rad (2001-08-01). Old Testament Theology: Volume I: The Theology of Israel's Historical Traditions. Theology of the Old Testament, Vol. 2 (The Old Testament Library). Though Brueggeman claims to accept development and redaction in reaching the final form of the text, he still tends to treat the text as it exists in its final form, though by no means as a harmonious whole.

Old testament theology. These are to approach Old Testament Theology either via Israel’s religious ideas or via saving history. A translation of Theologie des Alten Testaments: BD II, Die Theologie der prophetischen Uberliejkungen Iyaels, published by Chr. Kaiser Verlag, Munich, in 1960. Vatke, the publication of whose Rehjjon des Alten Testumentes in I 83 5 marked the first full-scale appearance of this branch of Biblical scholarship, wished to handle Israel’s spiritual and religious develop-ment as a unit, that is to say, as a coherent evolution; and what he wanted to do was to bring out the way in which this material, unique.

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Scottish Journal of Theology. Translated by D. M. G. Stalker. Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh and London, 1965. Pp. xiii + 470. 45s. John Mauchline. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 February 2009. Export citation Request permission.

Theology as Witness: Gerhard von Rad's Contribution to the Study of Old Testament Theology. Andreas Schuele - 2008 - Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 62 (3):256-267. A Scots Champion of Latinity Douglas Duncan: Thomas Ruddiman: A Study in Scottish Scholarship of the Early Eighteenth Century. Added to PP index 2014-01-17. Total views 30 ( of 2,268,105 ). Recent downloads (6 months) 6 ( of 2,268,105 ). How can I increase my downloads? Downloads.

Theology of the historical tradition of Israel"). His OT theology needs to be understood as the theology of the historical and prophetic traditions. Das Alte Testament Deutsch (ATD), Tlbd. 8 : Das fünfte Buch Mose (Deuteronomium). ISBN 3-525-51136-1 (the volume on the book Deuteronomium of the series mentioned above). Old Testament Theology - Its History and Development, SCM Press Ltd, London, 1985

Essential books for the serious student of the Old Testament. Until his death, Gerhard von Rad was Professor of Old Testament in the University .

Essential books for the serious student of the Old Testament. It is scarcely possible to read von Rad without having the understanding and enjoyment of the Old Testament greatly increased. No serious student of the Bible at the level of theological student or minister can afford t to read him' (Theology). Until his death, Gerhard von Rad was Professor of Old Testament in the University of Heidelberg. The companion to this volume is Vol 1: The Theology of Israel's Historical Traditions. by. Rad, Gerhard von, 1901-1971. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. v. 1. The theology of Israel's historical traditions. 2. The theology of Israel's prophetic traditions.

In Old Testament Theology, von Rad applies the most advanced results of form criticism to develop a new understanding of the Bible.

22. 23 Z83 A Biblical Theology of the Old Testament. Bibliographies: indexes; . 33" ;0,10р

Publication: San Francisco : Harper & Row, 1965Description: 470 . ewey: 22. 23 V66Subject: Израиль - Пророческие традиции, Israel's Prophetic Traditions Библия. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. 22. 33" ;0,10р.

Comments (7)
Runeshaper
This rate has nothing to do with original content of the book, but the formatting and typographical errors that plague it.

Otherwise, I would give it a higher ranking.
Dagdage
For those trying to understand Divine Covenant and its application to our lives this is a must-read. I really could not relate to Covenants until I read this book.
Mariwyn
Walter Eichrodt was a Swiss Old Testament scholar and theologian of the 20th century. He was part of the biblical theology movement, which ran aground because its concern for the theology of the Old Testament was not matched by a concern for the reality of the events as scripture declares them to have actually happened. But this does not mean that their theology was bad! Eichrodt in particular seemed to have a real knack for theological writing. His historical-critical assumptions mildly impact his theology, but for thoroughness there really is nothing like it; theologians and scholars don't write like this anymore. Although originally published in the 1960's, Eichrodt's scholarship was thoroughly up to date for its time. Only for the very serious or well-read student or scholar. Those not up to this might benefit from something like Elmer Marten's Old Testament theology.
Xanzay
The volume is in good condition and I was pleased with it. The content of course is scholarly and very helpful.
Huston
Great reading
Hra
Thank you for excellent service. I received the book just as described.
Sennnel
If you still believe in Welhausen & his theory for the Pentateuch, then Von Rad is your man. I bought his two volume set Old Testament Theology because he is someone that needs to be quoted, but not adhered to. He is valuable up to a point.
Pretty much interesting.