Genesis as Dialogue: A Literary, Historical, & Theological Commentary

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SUBJECT INDEX
Aaron, 49
Abimelech, 255, 258–259
making covenant, 262–264
Abraham, testing of, 265–277
introductory aspects
basic story line, 265
complementarity of two panels, 265– 267
literary form, 265
relationship to preceding chapters, 267–268
structure, 270–271
comment, 271–277
Abraham and Isaac abroad, 254–264
introductory aspects
basic story line, 254
leading elements, 256
literary form and complementarity, 254–255
relationship to preceding chapters, 255–256
comment, 256–264
Abraham narrative, 13, 15, 16, 19, 23, 43– 44, 46, 90, 97, 109. See also Sodom, fall of
birth of Isaac, 110
blessing, 114
date given for, 98
diptych, 17–20
generosity, 108
God in, 14
historical existence, 100
how to see, 110
marriage, 115
migration, 117, 118
and Philistines, 99
rivalry in, 105–106
sense of harmony, 113
Abram narrative, 92–93
Adam-Abraham continuity, 90
meaning of land, 90–91
Abram's journey, 209–219
introductory aspects
basic story line, 209
leading elements, 212–213
literary form, 209–210
relationship to preceding chapters, 210–211
structure, 213–215
comment, 215–219
Abram's war, 219–230
introductory aspects
basic story line, 219–220
complementarity of two panels, 221– 223
literary form, 220–221
relationship to preceding chapters, 223–224
structure, 224–225
comment, 225–229
Abram/Sarai conflict, 230–242
introductory aspects
basic story line, 230–231
complementarity of two panels, 231– 232
leading elements, 234–235
literary form, 231
relationship to preceding chapters, 232–234
structure, 235–236
comment, 236–242
Acts of the Apostles, 81

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