By Isaac Kalimi
This quantity is a set of clean essays in honor of Professor John T. Townsend. It specializes in the translation of the typical Jewish and Christian Scripture (the Hebrew Bible/Old testomony) and on its off-shoots (Rabbinic Judaism and the recent Testament), in addition to on Jewish-Christian relatives. The members, who're well-known students of their fields, comprise James L. Crenshaw, Göran Eidevall, Anne E. Gardner, Lawrence M. Wills, Cecilia Wassen, Robert L. Brawley, Joseph B. Tyson, Eldon J. Epp, Yaakov Elman, Rivka Ulmer, Andreas Lehnardt, Reuven Kimelman, Bruce Chilton, and Michael W. Duggan.
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Although divine accompaniment is implied by the promise to make known the place for the burnt offering, readers are not told when or how that information was disclosed to Abraham. We are 16 Kalimi, “The Binding of Isaac in Rabbinic Literature and Thought,” p. 9. E. F. Davis, “SelfConsciousness and Conversation: Reading Genesis 22,” BBR 1 (1991), pp. 27–40 writes that the Rabbis “teach us to read with the heart of the mystic, intoxicated with God, utterly bound and utterly free, whose suffering is transformed and obedience is completed in love” (p.
Biography And Bibliography Of John T. Townsend 15 23. “Targum, Talmud, and Midrash: Their Value for New Testament Interpretation,” in a special edition of the Sewanee Theological Review 37 (1993), pp. 26–38. 24. “Creation and Gender in Rabbinic Literature and the Early Church,” Encounter 55 (1994), pp. 1–21. 25. Midrash Tanhuma (S. Buber Recension): Translated into English with Introduction, Indices, and Brief Notes, Volume II: Exodus and Leviticus (Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1997). 26. “Acts 9:1–29 and Early Church Tradition,” in R.
As will be shown below, a study of the reception of Amos in the New Testament yields a similar picture. 3 Amos in the New Testament It is a remarkable fact, and probably not just a pure coincidence, that the few excerpts from the book of Amos that are found in the New Testament are almost identical with the small selection of Amos quotations in the Dead Sea scrolls. Whereas the latter includes Amos 5:25–26; 8:11 and 9:11, the New Testament selection consists of 5:25–27 and 9:11–12. Evidently, the last verses of 10 CD A 7:13b-20a; translation from the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library.