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The appraisal of the Samuel Conclusion (2 Samuel 21-24) is performed by means of an extensive analysis of the literary features and structures of the Books of Samuel as a whole. In this sense the dissertation does more than the title leads one to expect. While the basic structure of the Conclusion itself is well known, this is a quite new demonstration that it forms an integral part of 1-2 Samuel and should no longer be regarded as an Appendix. The approach owes much to modern literary methods, but not at the expense of the historical interest. It understands 1-2 Samuel as a self-contained writing and is sceptical against the tendency to interpret the books of Joshua to Kings as parts of the Deuteronomistic History, and the "canonical" divisions between them as artificial.
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The Author: Herbert H. Klement studied Theology at the Freie Evangelisch-Theologische Akademie in Basel, in Marburg and Bochum. Travelling Secretary of the Rheinisch-Westfälischer EC-Jugendverband (1976-1989). Lecturer in Old Testament at the Bibelseminar Wuppertal 1989-1996. Studies in Akkadian and Egyptology in Bonn 1989/1990, Postgraduate Studies in Old Testament at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford (external), 1996 Ph.D. from Coventry University in collaboration with Wycliffe Hall/Oxford. Since 1997 Theologischer Referent of the Arbeitskreis für evangelikale Theologie (AfeT) and Lecturer in Old Testament at the European School of Evangelical Theology (ESET) in Leuven, since 1999 Professor in the Department of Old Testament at the Evangelische Theologische Faculteit in Leuven.
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Book Description Peter Lang Publishing, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110820443786
Book Description Peter Lang Publishing, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0820443786