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The composition and redaction of the Book of Amos [electronic resource] / Tchadvar S. Hadjiev.

By: Hadjiev, Tchavdar S. (Tchavdar Stoyanov), 1971-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift f�ur die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft: Bd. 393.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : De Gruyter, c2009Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 247 p.).ISBN: 9783110212723 (electronic bk.); 3110212722 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible. Amos -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible. Amos -- Criticism, Textual | Bible -- Criticism, Redaction | Amos (Biblical prophet) | RELIGION -- Judaism -- Sacred Writings | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Old Testament | Amos, (Biblical prophet)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Composition and redaction of the Book of Amos.DDC classification: 221 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Frontmatter; Table of contents; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Survey of Research and Methodological Considerations; Chapter 2: The Redaction of the OAN (Amos chs 1-2); Chapter 3: The Visions; Chapter 4: The Narrative after the Third Vision (Amos 7:9-17); Chapter 5: The Oracles after the Fourth Vision (Amos 8:3-14); Chapter 6: The Oracles after the Fifth Vision (Amos 9:7-15); Chapter 7: The Doxologies; Chapter 8: The Oracles in Amos chs 3-6; Chapter 9: The Literary History of the Book of Amos; Backmatter.
Summary: This Oxford dissertation offers a fresh redactional analysis of the Book of Amos. It starts with a critical survey of existing approaches and an examination of the methodological issues involved and proceeds with a detailed exegetical analysis of the prophetic text which forms the basis for the redactional conclusions. It steers a middle course between extreme conservative treatments which trace all the material back to the prophet Amos and more radical sceptical approaches which attribute most of the prophetic oracles to the work of later redactors. The composition of the book began with two.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [211]-238) and index.

Frontmatter; Table of contents; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Survey of Research and Methodological Considerations; Chapter 2: The Redaction of the OAN (Amos chs 1-2); Chapter 3: The Visions; Chapter 4: The Narrative after the Third Vision (Amos 7:9-17); Chapter 5: The Oracles after the Fourth Vision (Amos 8:3-14); Chapter 6: The Oracles after the Fifth Vision (Amos 9:7-15); Chapter 7: The Doxologies; Chapter 8: The Oracles in Amos chs 3-6; Chapter 9: The Literary History of the Book of Amos; Backmatter.

This Oxford dissertation offers a fresh redactional analysis of the Book of Amos. It starts with a critical survey of existing approaches and an examination of the methodological issues involved and proceeds with a detailed exegetical analysis of the prophetic text which forms the basis for the redactional conclusions. It steers a middle course between extreme conservative treatments which trace all the material back to the prophet Amos and more radical sceptical approaches which attribute most of the prophetic oracles to the work of later redactors. The composition of the book began with two.

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