Biblical Interpretation

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Annotated Index of Names
These notes provide further information on some major scholars whose work has featured in this book. Page-references are given after each entry, bold type indicating the main discussions. Some significant figures not mentioned by name in the text are also included, with references in parentheses to the chapters or pages where they could have been discussed. At the end of some entries the author and date of a monograph on the scholar is indicated; where this is in German it is given in square brackets. More detail will shortly be available in the major Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation, ed. J. H. Hayes. The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, and A New Dictionary of Christian Theology, ed. A. Richardson and J. Bowden ( 1983), and A Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation, ed. R. Coggins and J. L. Houlden ( 1990), contain information on the subject and on some interpreters.
ALBRIGHT, WILLIAm FOXWELL ( 1891-1971). Leading bib. archaeol., son of Methodist missionaries. Director of American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem ( 1920-9, 1933-6). Prof. Sem. Langs. Johns Hopkins Univ. ( 1929). Aimed to restore confidence in reliability of OT. The Archaeol. of Palestine and the Bible ( 1932-5), From the Stone Age to Christianity ( 1940-6). L. Finkelstein (ed.), 1948. (ch. 4)
ALT, ALBRECHT ( 1883-1956). OT prof. Basle ( 1914), Leipzig ( 1922). Major contributions to hist. of Israel (cf. M. Noth) based on deep knowledge of Egyptian documents and land of Palestine ('historicogeog. method'). 'The Origins of Israelite Law' 1934; ET 1966 in Essays in OT Hist. and Relig.) distinguished case law (e.g. Ex. 20: 22-23: 19) from apodictic law (e.g. Decalogue) , proposing a cultic origin for latter. (ch. 4)

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Table of contents

  • Oxford Bible Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • General Editors' Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • 1 - Interpretation and Biblical Interpretation 1
  • Further Reading 42
  • 2 - Criticism and the Death of Scripture 44
  • Further Reading 61
  • 3 - History and the Growth of Knowled-Ge 62
  • Further Reading 92
  • 4 - History of Religions and History of Traditions 93
  • Further Reading 129
  • 5 - Theology and the Social Sciences 133
  • Further Reading 162
  • 6 - Theology, History, and Literature 167
  • Further Reading 200
  • 7 - Literary Study of the Bible 203
  • Further Reading 263
  • 8 - Conclusion: Interpretation and the Life of Scripture 269
  • Annotated Index of Names 297
  • Index of Other Names 336
  • Subject Index 338
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