By John Emerton
The 8th Congress of the foreign association for the examine of the outdated testomony was once held from 18 to 23 August 1974 lower than the Presidency of the Rev. G. W. Anderson, D.D., Theol. D., F.B.A., Professor of Hebrew and outdated testomony reports on the collage of Edinburgh.
The current quantity contains the entire papers that have been learn via invitation other than Professor E. G. Clarke's on 'Jacob's dream at Bethel as interpreted within the Targums and the hot Testament', which, it had already been prepared, used to be to seem in reviews in faith, IV.4 (1974-5).
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Xviii is also isolated from its context. Brevard S. CHILDS, The Book of Exodus; A Critical Theological Commentary (OTL; Philadelphia: Westminster; and London: SCM Press, 1974), 326-329. CHILDS notes the shift by emphasizing that the writer slows the pace of his narrative, looking back at what has happened. "In ch. " a On the function of the itinerary as a structuring device for the wilderness theme, cf. George W. COATS, "The Wilderness Itinerary," CBQ XXXIV (1972), 135-152. On the isolation of this pericope, cf.
The second of these comments is more cryptic and obscure, and may very well be an addition to the Cf. Jer. xviii 11; xxv 5; xxvi 3; xxix 10-14; xxxvi; xxxvii. Cf. H. \'(/. WOLFF, "Das Kerygma des deuteronomistischen Geschichtswerks", Ges. Stud. T. 22), 1973 2 , pp. 315ff. 6 So especially Ezek. xviii 1ff. 4 5 24 R. E. eLEMENTS original Deuteronomic History: "But Yahweh had not said that he would blot out the name of Israel from under heaven" (2 Kings xiv 27). This verse has been the subject of an interesting study by F.
In vs. l/(ipoh >embeh. And in vs. 16, the emphasis falls, not on this particular battle, but on a war of Yahweh against Amalek which will continue throughout the generations (middar dar). Brevard CHI LDS highlights this problem by observing the rough connection between this perpetual enmity and the victory described in Exod. xvii. 5 Do the aetiological elements not tie more readily with that facet of this tradition that remembers a disastrous defeat inflicted by Amalek, such as is reflected in Deut.
Congress Volume Edinburgh 1974 by John Emerton