The Faith of the Old Testament: A History

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1. jan. 1983 - 302 sider

Intended as a student textbook on the religion of Israel, Werner Schmidt's The Faith of the Old Testament is especially relevant to theology. A great deal of attention is given to ideas of God and there are ample references to Old Testament texts.

 

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Foreword to the English edition J R Porter
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4 The Exodus from Egypt
28
5 The Revelation at Sinai
38
6 The Characteristic Features of Yahwistic Faith
53
The Early Period after the Conquest
93
7 The Wars of Yahweh
96
The spirit of
98
Covenant Excursus 5 Election
109
Theophany
163
The fight with the chaos monster
166
Creation
167
of Yahweh
168
The Monarchy a The king
182
b Son of
188
The image of
194
The Messiah
198

9 Sanctuaries and Feasts a Sanctuaries
112
b Feasts
117
The Feast of Passover and Unleavened Bread
121
The Feast of Harvest or of Weeks
123
The Feast of Ingathering or of Tabernacles
124
Other feasts
126
Sacrifice
127
The Period of the Monarchy 10 11 12 13
128
The Significance of the Canaanite Gods in the Old Testament
136
a The god
138
b The god Baal
140
The New Beliefs about God The kingdom of
144
The holy
152
The living
156
Zion
207
Prophecy a Its prehistory
221
borrowing and appropriationthe incomparability 93
223
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224
15 Wisdom
241
The Late Period
251
16 Apocalyptic
259
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17 The Old Testament Inheritance
278
Select Bibliography
287
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Werner H. Schmidt is Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Bonn University in Germany. He is an influencial theologian and has published a number of books and articles on the Old Testament.

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