Memory in the Bible and Antiquity: The Fifth Durham-Tübingen Research Symposium (Durham, September 2004)

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Stephen C. Barton, Loren T. Stuckenbruck, Benjamin G. Wold
Mohr Siebeck, 2007 - 394 páginas
The volume brings together essays that explore the topic of memory and remembrance in the ancient world, taking into account the Hebrew Bible (Deuteronomy, 1 and 2 Kings), ancient Judaism (1 and 2 Maccabees, Psalms of Solomon, Dead Sea Scrolls), the classical world, the New Testament (Jesus, Synoptic Gospels and Acts, Gospel of John, Pauline letters) and Early Christianity (Petrine tradition). The essays, which focus on a wide range of sources from antiquity, open up new questions about the social and religious function of memory. As a collection, they demonstrate how much social memory theory can contribute to the understanding of the ways ancient texts were, on the one hand, shaped by conventions of memory and, on the other hand, participated in and contributed to evolving strategies for reading "the past."

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Introduction
1
ERHARD BLUM
25
BENJAMIN G WOLD
47
LOREN T STUCKENBRUCK
75
HERMANN LICHTENBERGER
89
WILLIAM HORBURY
111
JOHN BARCLAY
129
DORON MENDELS
143
MARTIN HENGEL
195
ULRIKE MITTMANNRICHERT
243
ANNA MARIA SCHWEMER
277
HANSJOACHIM ECKSTEIN
299
BARTON
321
New Testament Wirkungsgeschichte and the Early Christian Appeal
341
List of Contributors
369
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G DUNN
179

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Loren T. Stuckenbruck, Born 1960; B.A. Milligan College, M.Div. and Ph.D Princeton Theological Seminary; B. F. Westcott Chair in Biblical Studies at Durham University.Stephen C. Barton, Born 1952; BA Hons, DipEd (Macquarie University in Sydney), MA (Lancaster University), PhD (King's College London); Reader at Durham University in the Department of Theology and Religion.Benjamin G. Wold, Born 1974; BS Multnomah; MA Jerusalem University College; Ph.D. Durham University; Alexander von Humboldt-fellow, Tubingen University (Institut fur antikes Judentum und hellenistische Religionswissenschaft).

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