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THE POLITICS OF ANCIENT ISRAEL

by gottwald

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Published by Westminster John Knox Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages388
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Open LibraryOL9491657M
ISBN 100664232345
ISBN 109780664232344

The Legacy of Israel in Judah's Bible undertakes a comprehensive re-evaluation of the Bible's primary narrative in Genesis through Kings as it relates to history. It divides the core textual traditions along political lines that reveal deeply contrasting assumptions, an approach that places biblical controversies in dialogue with Cited by: By the early 's, the rhetoric of holy war had entered the general political discourse of modern Israel. In Holy War in Judaism, Firestone identifies, analyzes, and explains the historical, conceptual, and intellectual processes that revived holy war ideas in modern Judaism.

David, second king of ancient Israel, an important figure in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. He was the father of Solomon. The primary evidence for David’s career is constituted by several chapters of the books 1 and 2 Samuel in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament). In this volume Paula McNutt provides a synthesis of recent research on the nature and development of the society of ancient Israel. Focusing on Israelite history from the tribal period through the time of Persian domination, McNutt employs a social-scientific perspective to examine recent reconstructions of the social and cultural contexts that nurtured the literature of the Hebrew Bible.

Ancient Israel was not just a political entity, but also a religious one run by a religious monarchy along with a priesthood. This lesson will discuss this duality and the classes and roles of. Like all Martin Gilberts book i found Israel:a history crammed full of historical documentary evidence without a bias or a salespitch. It is difficult to find a book on Israel which doesnt either try to justify the racism and brutality of Zionism and Israel war crime violations or spend the entire chapters of the book chronicleing only war crimes and UN violations/5.


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THE POLITICS OF ANCIENT ISRAEL by gottwald Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this volume, Norman Gottwald reconstructs the politics of ancient Israel within the larger political environment of the ancient Near East. He questions the prevailing view that the Hebrew Bible, supported by archeological evidence when necessary, should be the primary source to diagram the evolution of Israel's political by:   The Politics of Ancient Israel.

This work offers a reconstruction of the politics of ancient Israel within the wider political environment of the ancient Near East. Gottwald begins by questioning the view of some biblical scholars that the primary factor influencing Israel's political evolution was its religion/5.

In this volume, Norman Gottwald reconstructs the politics of ancient Israel within the larger political environment of the ancient Near East.

He questions the prevailing view that the Hebrew Bible, supported by archeological evidence when necessary, should be the primary source to diagram the evolution of Israel's political : Westminster John Knox Press. The Politics of Ancient Israel (Library of Ancient Israel) by Norman K.

Gottwald () Hardcover – January 1, out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all 5 5/5(2). Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 8vo pp. xvii, (1),"The Library of Ancient Israel draws on multiple disciplines to illumine the everyday realities and social subtleties of Ancient Israel.

This volume in the series is an imaginative reconstruction of the politics of ancient Israel's according to the Hebrew Bible and in the context of the. In this volume, Norman Gottwald reconstructs the politics of ancient Israel within the larger political environment of the ancient Near East. He questions the prevailing view that the Hebrew Bible, supported by archeological evidence when necessary, should be the primary source to diagram the evolution of Israel's political history/5(11).

The Politics of Dead Kings: Dynastic Ancestors in the Book of Kings and Ancient Israel (Forschungen Zum Alten Testament ) Skip to main content Try PrimeCited by: 2. The World of Ancient Israel: Sociological, Anthropological And Political Perspectives (Society for Old Testament Studies Monogr) First PB Edition, First Printing Edition.

The World of Ancient Israel: Sociological, Anthropological And Political Perspectives (Society for Old Testament Studies Monogr) First PB Edition, First Printing by: The political order of ancient Israel both precedes and prefigures the political theory of Christ. And the heart of the Israelite political order is the continuing intervention of God in Israel’s political history.

There is also the covenant that is created between God and Israel. "Gottwald reconstructs the politics of ancient Israel within the larger political environment of the ancient Near East.

He questions the prevailing view that the Hebrew Bible should be the primary source to diagram the evolution of Israel's political history. In fact, in Ancient Israel women could own property.

The Book of Proverbs describes an ideal woman as a woman who has the means and capacity to make financial and business decisions. It says 'she considers a field and buys it'. In this volume, Norman Gottwald reconstructs the politics of ancient Israel within the larger political environment of the ancient Near East.

He questions the prevailing view that the Hebrew Bible, supported by archeological evidence when necessary, should be the primary source to diagram the evolution of Israels political history%(). This book offers a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the dynamics of Israeli politics.

It aims to familiarize those interested in Israel's government with that country's origins; the way its political institutions, practices, and traditions have evolved; and the way the government by:   The history of ancient Israel is best known to most people from the narratives in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament.

There, however, the name “Israel” covers a wide diversity of social and political entities over the course of many centuries.

The first attestation of the name outside the Bible (on the Egyptian stela of Merneptah, c. bce) seems to refer at most to some ill-defined tribal Author: H. Williamson. This book is becoming dated, but remains a useful overview of the complex history of Ancient Israel.

It's very readable for the non-specialist and includes a useful if now quite dated bibliography. However, the transfer to ebook format was done poorly.4/4(21). Encapsulating as it does research that has been undertaken on the sociological, anthropological and political aspects of the history of ancient Israel, this important book is designed to follow in the tradition of works in the series sponsored by The Society for Old Testament Study which began with the publication of The People and the Book in Ancient Israel is the terminology referring to the ancient status of the Israelite people (or peoples) and their political fortunes.

It is perhaps the most controversial history to study, considering the strong influence on scholars of religious groups biased either toward or against the conclusions that researchers of the history could reach. Reviewed work(s): The Politics of Ancient Israel by Norman K. Gottwald The Politics of Ancient Israel.

By NORMAN K. GOTTWALD. Louisville: WESTMINSTER JOHN KNOX PRESS, Pp. xvii $ In this volume Gottwald not only introduces his topic conceptually but also tackles the more formidable task of synthesizing a coherent picture of Israelite politics from the pertinent textual and.

The Polity in Biblical Israel Authority, Power and Leadership in the Jewish Polity: Cases and Issues - Chapter 1.

Daniel J. Elazar. The political experience of ancient Israel as recounted in the Bible laid the foundations of the Jewish political tradition in all its aspects.

Isaiah’s prophetic career was enmeshed in the political and cultural turmoil of the times. According to the superscription to the book, this career spanned the last half century of the eighth century B.C.E. ‑including all or part of the reigns of the Judean kings Uzziah ( ), Jotham (‑, regent), Ahaz (‑ B.C.E., regent Author: Michael Fishbane.

The Politics of Ancient Israel Paper - Norman K. Gottwald: Westminster John Knox Press In this volume, Norman Gottwald reconstructs the politics of ancient Israel within the larger political environment of the ancient Near East. He questions the prevailing view that the Hebrew Bible, supported by archeological evidence when necessary, sh.ANCIENT LAND LAW: MESOPOTAMIA, EGYPT, ISRAEL This Article provides an overview of the land regimes that the peoples of Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Israel created by law and custom between B.C.

and B.C. One purpose of the endeavor is nar-rowly pedagogic. In the United States, students who enroll in coursesCited by: The Israel of the Persian period consisted of descendants of the inhabitants of the old kingdom of Judah, returnees from the Babylonian exile community, Mesopotamians who had joined them or had been exiled themselves to Samaria at a far earlier period, Samaritans, and others.