Book of Amos in Emergent Judah FAT II 45

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Recent developments in the study of ancient Near Eastern prophecy, as well as new archaeological models of the development of ancient Judah and Israel, have significant implications for biblical prophetic literature. Jason Radine proposes a reassessment of the book of Amos in light of these developments. In comparison with the evidence for prophecy in the ancient Near East (including ancient Israel), biblical prophetic literature stands out as a distinctly different phenomenon. The author proposes that the book of Amos is not a work of ?prophecy? as the phenomenon is known from the ancient Near East, but rather a religio-political document explaining and justifying the withdrawal of divine favor from the northern kingdom. The book of Amos uses lamentation language to describe the Assyrian conquest of Israel, but also makes social justice accusations that justify the northern kingdom's destruction. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Recent developments in the study of ancient Near Eastern prophecy, as well as new archaeological models of the development of ancient Judah and Israel, have significant implications for biblical prophetic literature. Jason Radine proposes a reassessment of the book of Amos in light of these developments. In comparison with the evidence for prophecy in the ancient Near East (including ancient Israel), biblical prophetic literature stands out as a distinctly different phenomenon. The author proposes that the book of Amos is not a work of prophecy as the phenomenon is known from the ancient Near East, but rather a religio-political document explaining and justifying the withdrawal of divine favor from the northern kingdom. The book of Amos uses lamentation language to describe the Assyrian conquest of Israel, but also makes social justice accusations that justify the northern kingdom's destruction.

About the Author: Jason Radine, Born 1972; 1994 BA, University of Michigan (Philosophy); 1999 MA, and 2007 PhD, University of Michigan (Near Eastern Studies, specializing in Ancient Israel/Hebrew Bible); Assistant Professor of Biblical and Jewish Studies, Department of Religion, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA., USA.

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Book Description Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010. Brosch. XII, 270 S. Neubuch / New Copy // Die neuere Forschung zur Prophetenliteratur im Nahen Osten sowie neue archäologische Modelle zur Entwicklung des antiken Juda und Israel haben große Auswirkungen auf das Studium der biblischen Prophetenliteratur. Jason Radine erarbeitet vor dem Hintergrund dieser neuen Einsichten eine Neubewertung des Buches Amos. Er zeigt, dass die biblische Prophetenliteratur völlig anders zu bewerten ist als die Quellen für Prophetie im Alten Orient und im antiken Israel. Das Buch Amos ist – so der Autor – kein »Prophetenbuch« im Sinne der Tradition des Alten Orients, sondern vielmehr ein religiös-politisch motiviertes Dokument, das den Rückzug der göttlichen Gunst aus den nördlichen Regionen erklärt und rechtfertigt. So verwendet der Autor des Buches Amos zum Beispiel einerseits Klage-Rhetorik, um die Eroberung Israels durch die Assyrer zu beschreiben, rechtfertigt aber andererseits die Zerstörung des nördlichen Königreiches, indem er die dort herrschende soziale Ungerechtigkeit anprangert. ISBN: 9783161501142 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 441. Seller Inventory # 14305

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