4 edition of Sociological approaches to the Old Testament found in the catalog.
Sociological approaches to the Old Testament
Wilson, Robert R.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Robert R. Wilson.|
|Series||Guides to Biblical scholarship.|
|LC Classifications||BS1199.S6 W54 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 83 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||83016607|
1 Since in these footnotes I hope to present as full a bibliography of sociological work on the New Testament as is suitable, given space limitations, it has been necessary rigorously to exclude mention, except when necessary for the discussion, of non-New Testament studies, whether those secular studies which form the groundwork for work on the New Testament, or those which deal with. Old Testament Theology is the branch of Biblical theology that seeks theological insight within the Old Testament or Hebrew explores past and present theological concepts as they pertain to God and God's relationship with creation. While the field started out as a Christian endeavor written mostly by men and aimed to provide an objective knowledge of early revelation, in the twentieth.
Perspectives on the Old Testament: Diverse Approaches from Ancient to Contemporary Times provides students with an overview of various approaches towards the study of the Old Testament, ranging from ancient to contemporary times. The anthology features diverse viewpoints from notable scholars in the discipline and highlights a variety of issues and concerns raised by biblical scholars. The Old Testament: A Historical, Critical, and Theological Introduction. Baker, An overview of the content and a comprehensive review of the major approaches to each book of the Old Testament. Hill, Andrew E. and John H. Walton. A Survey of the Old Testament. Third edition.
He is the author of Genealogy and History in the Biblical World, Prophecy and Society in Ancient Israel (recently translated into Korean and Portuguese), and Sociological Approaches to the Old Testament. He is co-editor of Canon, Theology, and Old Testament Interpretation. Social Scientific Approach to the Old Testament. Pages: 7 ( words) Published: June The meaning and/or the social background of the text are thus more fully illumined by the exercise of sociological and anthropological methods and theories. Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Numbers The book of Numbers is mostly.
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Wilson offers an overview of the history and role of sociology in Old Testament interpretation, followed by an evaluation of its uses and Sociological approaches to the Old Testament book discussion of the methodological problems involved in such inter-disciplinary studies.
He then demonstrates some of the ways in which sociology can work with other approaches, contributing to the Author: Robert R. Wilson. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, 83 pages ; 22 cm. Contents: I. Old Testament scholarship and the study of society --Sociology and the Old Testament interpreter --Sociology and the historian ogy in Old Testament criticism: history and method --The rise of the social sciences --The use of the social sciences by Old Testament critics.
Anthony Ceresko, Anthony J. Blasi; Sociological Approaches to the Old Testament, by Robert R. Wilson. Philadelphia: Fortress Press,xii + 83 pp.
$ pa. In this volume, Robert R. Wilson faces a current methodological question: How, and in what ways, can the social sciences aid Old Testament research. Wilson offers an overview of the history and role of sociology in Old Testament interpretation, followed by an evaluation of its uses and a discussion of the methodological problems involved in.
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Wilson. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site 3/5. Understanding literary forms: An anthropological perspective on the Old Testament genealogies V.
Interpreting Israel's religion: An anthropological perspective on the problem of false prophecy VI. Sociological criticism addresses long-noticed social features of the biblical text. The single most pervasive subject of the Old Testament traditions is the community of Israel itself.
It is equally apparent that Israel lived in differing forms of social organization over its long history: as extended families or clans under patriarchs, as tribes during the period from Moses to Saul, first as one and later as two.
The World of Ancient Israel is especially concerned to explore in greater depth than comparable studies the areas and degrees of overlap between approaches to the subject of Old Testament research adopted by scholars and students of theology and the social sciences.
Increasing numbers of scholars have recognized the valuable insights that can be gained from a cross-disciplinary approach, and. Old Testament’, ‘The Sociological Approach to the Old Testament’.
These avenues of approach are open to the Christian to explore, and some of us have engaged in a good deal of such exploration. But none of them, nor yet all of them together, can be. A Sociological Interpretation of Proverbs: The Wisdom and Social of Care Responsibility. is a term applied to the Old Testament canonical books of Job Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, and sometimes to the Song of Songs (Song of Thus sociological approach in general will contribute to.
In this book, John Goldingay examines five approaches to the interpretation of the Old Testament: as a faith, a way of life, the story of salvation, witness to Christ, and Scripture. Goldingay has a detailed knowledge of an enormous range of scholarly by: 9.
The other main feature of Watson’s sociological approach is his tendency to regard Paul’s theological statements on Israel and the law as ‘a secondary theological reflection on a primary historical and social reality’ (p. 31), that is, as attempts to legitimize or justify the.
In this book, John Goldingay examines five approaches to the interpretation of the Old Testament: as a faith, a way of life, the story of salvation, witness to Christ, and Scripture. Goldingay has a detailed knowledge of an enormous range of scholarly literature. His carefully considered evaluations of the works of other scholars are a helpful guide to the key issues which often tend to be 2/5(1).
The use of “charisma” in Biblical Studies presents us with an interesting story. Here is a Pauline theological term, which in the hands of sociologist Max Weber came to describe an ideal type of leadership authority, which in turn has been employed. Here we are passing over the margins ofsociological analysis.
84 P.J. Richter The sociological analysis of the New Testament described above must not be confused with either of the following types: (ii) Testing of sociological theory on New Testament materials9 Sometimes, albeit rarely, a dialectical approach has been espoused whereby New Cited by: 8.
Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 38, Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data Cited by: 2.
The plural of the title is significant. The unity of the OT (and the Bible) has been under attack for a long time, but, generally, this has resulted in books about the religion(s) of Ancient Israel.
Those who write theologies have tended to assume the unity of the Bible, even if they have abandoned the idea of a unifying centre. Books on religion tend to be descriptive and aim for objectivity. According to Old Testament scholar Edward Young (), Astruc believed that Moses used hereditary accounts of the Hebrew people to assemble the book of Genesis.
:: – Accordingly, Astruc borrowed methods of textual criticism (used to investigate Greek and Roman texts) and applied them to the Bible in search of those original accounts. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The World of Ancient Israel: Sociological, Anthropological and Political Perspectives (Society for Old Testament Studies Monogr) Pleins, David J. The Social Visions of the Hebrew Bible: A Theological Introduction: Esler, Philip Francis: Ancient Israel: The Old Testament In Its Social Context: eds.
Chalcraft. Despite this early start, there was a hiatus in the use of the social sciences (especially psychology, sociology, and anthropology) in the study of the Bible between and as literary, historical-critical, and archaeological approaches (the W. F. Albright School) predominated.A former chair of the Yale University Department of Religious Studies, Professor Wilson focuses his research on Israelite prophecy, the Deuteronomistic history, and ancient Israelite religion in its social and cultural context.
His books include Genealogy and History in the Biblical World, Prophecy and Society in Ancient Israel (which has been translated into Korean and Portuguese), Sociological Approaches .Contextual Approaches in Sociology is a collection of essays on a wide range of sociological issues written by researchers from several different institutions.
The volume presents applications of grounded theory, social capital, education, social rituals and gender g: Old Testament.