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Zion's rock-solid foundations [electronic resource] : an exegetical study of the Zion text in Isaiah 28:16 / by Jaap Dekker.

By: Dekker, Jaap.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Oudtestamentische studi�en: d. 54.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 411 p.).ISBN: 9789047420248 (electronic bk.); 9047420241 (electronic bk.).Uniform titles: Rotsvaste fundering van Sion. English Subject(s): Bible. O.T. Isaiah XXVIII, 16 -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible. Isaiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- History | Bible. A.T. Isa�ie XXVIII, 16 -- Critique, interpr�etation, etc | Bible. A.T. Isa�ie -- Critique, interpr�etation, etc. -- Histoire | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Prophets | Jesaja (bijbelboek) | Zion (symbool) | ReligionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Zion's rock-solid foundations.DDC classification: 224/.106 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- List of Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 -- Introduction -- 1.1. Situating the Issue -- 1.2. Relevance -- 1.3. Goals and Methodology -- Chapter 2 -- The Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 in the History of Exegesis -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Septuagint -- 2.3. New Testament -- 2.3.1. Romans 9:32b 8211;33 and 10 -- 2.3.2. 1 Peter 2:6 -- 2.3.3. Evaluation -- 2.4. Judaism -- 2.4.1. Qumran -- 2.4.2. Targum -- 2.4.3. Talmud -- 2.4.4. Evaluation -- 2.5. Early Church -- 2.5.1. The Letter of Barnabas -- 2.5.2. Tertullian and Cyprian -- 2.5.3. Jerome and Augustine -- 2.5.4. Cyril and Theodoret -- 2.5.5. Evaluation -- 2.6. Middle Ages -- 2.7. Reformation -- 2.8. Modern Biblical Research -- 2.8.1. The future kingdom of God -- 2.8.2. The new Israel -- 2.8.3. The true religion of yhwh -- 2.8.4. The new temple / new Zion -- 2.8.5. Metaphorical interpretation -- 2.8.6. The existing temple / Zion -- 2.9. Conclusions -- Chapter 3 -- The Literary and Historical Context of the Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Colometric Subdivision of Isaiah 28 -- 3.3. Pericope Delineation within Isaiah 28 -- 3.4. Isaiah 28:148211;22 as Original Unity -- 3.5. Isaiah 28:148211;22 as Isaianic Prophecy -- 3.6. Dating Isaiah 28:148211;22 -- 3.7. Dating the Reign of Hezekiah -- 3.8. Hezekiah's revolt and Sennacherib's campaign -- Excursus 1: Prophetic historiography in 2 Kings 188211;19 -- Chapter 4 -- Exegesis of Individual Pericopes within Isaiah 28 and their Reciprocal Relationships -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Isa. 28:148211;22 -- 4.2.1. Isa. 28:148211;15 -- 4.2.2. Isa. 28:16 -- 4.2.3. Isa. 28:17a -- 4.2.4. Isa. 28:17b8211;18 -- 4.2.5. Isa. 28:198211;21 -- 4.2.6. Isa. 28:22 -- 4.3. Isa. 28:78211;13 -- 4.3.1. Isa. 28:78211;8 -- 4.3.2. Isa. 28:98211;10 -- 4.3.3. Isa. 28:118211;13 -- 4.4. Evaluation -- 4.5. Is a . 28:18211;6 and 28 -- 4.5.1. Isa. 28:18211;6 -- 4.5.2. Isa. 28:238211;29 -- 4.5.3. Evaluation -- Chapter 5 -- The Place and Function of Isaiah 28:148211;22 in the Context of Isaiah 288211;33 -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Isaiah 288211;33 as a Redactional Unit -- 5.2.1. Structural Cohesion -- 5.2.2. Content Based Cohesion -- 5.2.3. Evaluation -- 5.3. Isaiah 28 as Overture -- 5.4. Isaiah 28:148211;22 as key text and guide -- Chapter 6 -- The Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 and the Zion Tradition in Isaiah -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Zion in the First Part of the Book of Isaiah (18211;39) -- 6.3. Results of the Exegesis of the Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 -- 6.4. The Place of the Zion Tradition in the Preaching of Isaiah -- 6.4.1. Research into the Zion Tradition -- 6.4.2. Further Research into the Zion Preaching of Isaiah -- Chapter 7 -- Summary and Conclusions -- 1. The Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 in the Septuagint, the New Testament and Judaism -- 2. The Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 in the History of Interpretation -- 3. The Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 in its Literary and Historical Context -- 4. Exegetical Conclusions with Respect to the Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 -- 5. The Covenant with Death -- 6. Isa. 28:148211;22 in the Context of Isaiah 28 and Isaiah 288211;33 -- 7. Zion in Isaiah 18211;39 -- 8. Research into the Zion Tradition and its Origins.
Summary: Addresses the interpretation of "Isa". 28:16 in its "Old Testament" context, demonstrating its importance for our understanding of the role played by Zion and the so-called Zion tradition in the preaching of Isaiah.
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Revised version of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Theologische Universiteit te Apeldoorn, 2004.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [367]-389) and indexes.

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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- List of Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 -- Introduction -- 1.1. Situating the Issue -- 1.2. Relevance -- 1.3. Goals and Methodology -- Chapter 2 -- The Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 in the History of Exegesis -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Septuagint -- 2.3. New Testament -- 2.3.1. Romans 9:32b 8211;33 and 10 -- 2.3.2. 1 Peter 2:6 -- 2.3.3. Evaluation -- 2.4. Judaism -- 2.4.1. Qumran -- 2.4.2. Targum -- 2.4.3. Talmud -- 2.4.4. Evaluation -- 2.5. Early Church -- 2.5.1. The Letter of Barnabas -- 2.5.2. Tertullian and Cyprian -- 2.5.3. Jerome and Augustine -- 2.5.4. Cyril and Theodoret -- 2.5.5. Evaluation -- 2.6. Middle Ages -- 2.7. Reformation -- 2.8. Modern Biblical Research -- 2.8.1. The future kingdom of God -- 2.8.2. The new Israel -- 2.8.3. The true religion of yhwh -- 2.8.4. The new temple / new Zion -- 2.8.5. Metaphorical interpretation -- 2.8.6. The existing temple / Zion -- 2.9. Conclusions -- Chapter 3 -- The Literary and Historical Context of the Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Colometric Subdivision of Isaiah 28 -- 3.3. Pericope Delineation within Isaiah 28 -- 3.4. Isaiah 28:148211;22 as Original Unity -- 3.5. Isaiah 28:148211;22 as Isaianic Prophecy -- 3.6. Dating Isaiah 28:148211;22 -- 3.7. Dating the Reign of Hezekiah -- 3.8. Hezekiah's revolt and Sennacherib's campaign -- Excursus 1: Prophetic historiography in 2 Kings 188211;19 -- Chapter 4 -- Exegesis of Individual Pericopes within Isaiah 28 and their Reciprocal Relationships -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Isa. 28:148211;22 -- 4.2.1. Isa. 28:148211;15 -- 4.2.2. Isa. 28:16 -- 4.2.3. Isa. 28:17a -- 4.2.4. Isa. 28:17b8211;18 -- 4.2.5. Isa. 28:198211;21 -- 4.2.6. Isa. 28:22 -- 4.3. Isa. 28:78211;13 -- 4.3.1. Isa. 28:78211;8 -- 4.3.2. Isa. 28:98211;10 -- 4.3.3. Isa. 28:118211;13 -- 4.4. Evaluation -- 4.5. Is a . 28:18211;6 and 28 -- 4.5.1. Isa. 28:18211;6 -- 4.5.2. Isa. 28:238211;29 -- 4.5.3. Evaluation -- Chapter 5 -- The Place and Function of Isaiah 28:148211;22 in the Context of Isaiah 288211;33 -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Isaiah 288211;33 as a Redactional Unit -- 5.2.1. Structural Cohesion -- 5.2.2. Content Based Cohesion -- 5.2.3. Evaluation -- 5.3. Isaiah 28 as Overture -- 5.4. Isaiah 28:148211;22 as key text and guide -- Chapter 6 -- The Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 and the Zion Tradition in Isaiah -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Zion in the First Part of the Book of Isaiah (18211;39) -- 6.3. Results of the Exegesis of the Zion Text of Isaiah 28:16 -- 6.4. The Place of the Zion Tradition in the Preaching of Isaiah -- 6.4.1. Research into the Zion Tradition -- 6.4.2. Further Research into the Zion Preaching of Isaiah -- Chapter 7 -- Summary and Conclusions -- 1. The Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 in the Septuagint, the New Testament and Judaism -- 2. The Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 in the History of Interpretation -- 3. The Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 in its Literary and Historical Context -- 4. Exegetical Conclusions with Respect to the Zion Text of Isa. 28:16 -- 5. The Covenant with Death -- 6. Isa. 28:148211;22 in the Context of Isaiah 28 and Isaiah 288211;33 -- 7. Zion in Isaiah 18211;39 -- 8. Research into the Zion Tradition and its Origins.

Addresses the interpretation of "Isa". 28:16 in its "Old Testament" context, demonstrating its importance for our understanding of the role played by Zion and the so-called Zion tradition in the preaching of Isaiah.

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