The The Book of the Covenant

The  The Book of the Covenant Author Joe M. Sprinkle
ISBN-10 9780567588395
Release 1994-01-04
Pages 224
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This volume offers a synchronic, literary reading of the final form of the laws of Exodus 20.22-23.19 (commonly, though inaccurately labelled "The Book of the Covenant"), in contrast with primarily source- and form-critical approaches commonly utilized in the past. The work seeks to demonstrate that this literary unit is much more coherent, more integrated into its narrative context, less in need of the positing of corruptions, secondary insertions, rearrangements or the like than has usually been recognized. The approach instead seeks to find authorial purpose in each case where scholars have often posited scribal misadventure, "seams" between sources, disorder, contradiction, or corruption.



The book of the Covenant of Joseph Kim i

The book of the Covenant of Joseph Kim   i Author Joseph Kimḥi
ISBN-10 UOM:39015027945156
Release 1972
Pages 88
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The Book of the New Covenant

The Book of the New Covenant Author
ISBN-10 HARVARD:AH5HN3
Release 1836
Pages 470
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Studies in the Book of the Covenant in the Light of Cuneiform and Biblical Law

Studies in the Book of the Covenant in the Light of Cuneiform and Biblical Law Author Shalom Paul
ISBN-10 9781597524797
Release 2005-12-01
Pages 174
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Contents Acknowledgements Abbreviations Foreword by Samuel Greengus 1. Introduction 2. Cuneiform Law 3. Cuneiform Prologues and Epilogues to Legal Collections 4. The Problem of Prologue and Epilogue to the Book of the Covenant and Leading Features of Biblical Law 5. Annotations to the Laws of the Book of the Covenant 6. Summary Appendix I. Verse Arrangement of the Laws of the Book of the Covenant Appendix II. Cuneiform and Biblical Legal Formulations Bibliography Index of Sources



Israel and the Book of the Covenant

Israel and the Book of the Covenant Author Jay Wade Marshall
ISBN-10 UOM:49015001452433
Release 1993
Pages 204
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Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels

Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels Author Julius Wellhausen
ISBN-10 3110171554
Release 2001
Pages 444
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The "Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels" (first published in 1878 under the title Geschichte Israels I, and as of 18832 under the first-named title) by Julius Wellhausen (1844-1918) contains a concise summary and decisive further development of critical scholarship on the Old Testament in the 19th century. Wellhausen's source criticism and "Tendenzkritik" as exercised in the "Prolegomena" became the basis of further scholarly research on the Old Testament. For decades the "Prolegomena" stood in the shadow of research dominated by form criticism, but recent epigraphic and iconographic scholarship has lent Wellhausen's reconstruction of the religion of pre-exilic Israel new relevancy. This book, written fluently and absorbingly, provided with an index of references, is here again made available twenty years after the last reprint.



The Book of the Covenant

The Book of the Covenant Author B. N. Howard
ISBN-10 1908317736
Release 2013-05-01
Pages 176
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The Bibles unfolding story of relationship with God.



The Covenant Abram s Daughters Book 1

The Covenant  Abram   s Daughters Book  1 Author Beverly Lewis
ISBN-10 1585586846
Release 2002-09-01
Pages 320
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Book 1 of Abram's Daughters series from bestselling author Beverly Lewis. Years of secrecy bind the tiny community of Gobbler's Knob together more than the present inhabitants know, and the Plain folk who farm the land rarely interact with the fancy locals. So when Sadie is beguiled by a dark-haired English boy, it is Sadie's younger sister, Leah, who suffers from her sister's shameful loss of innocence. And what of Leah's sweetheart, Jonas Mast, sent to Ohio under the Bishop's command? Drawn into an incomprehensible pact with her older sister, Leah finds her dreams spinning out of control, even as she clings desperately to the promises of God. The Covenant begins a powerful Lancaster portrait of the power of family and the miracle of hope.



Book of the Covenant 2nd Edition

Book of the Covenant  2nd Edition Author Gimel Uriyah
ISBN-10 9781622125975
Release 2012-07-01
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Synopsis: This Book of The Covenant (BTC) is an Integrated Translation and Transliteration (ITT) of the Hebraic Scriptures, including the Messianic Testimonies and Letters (NT). It is a structured preservation and restoration of its essential Hebraic context. This is achieved primarily through the transliteration of doctrinally crucial terminologies from their contextual Hebraic root words. This process is particularly vital to the Messianic Testimonies and Letters as recorded / translated in Greek. Theological traditions had erroneously assumed (in conjunction with the Greek Septuagint translation) that Greek was a replacement or overriding linguistic foundation for the study and interpretation of pertinent Scripture terminologies. This had resulted in the establishment or evolution of doctrines and religious systems which are incongruent to the Hebraic Scriptures. This BTC Integrated Translation and Transliteration facilitates the restoration and study of the Scriptures in their original and proper Hebraic context and framework. Amongst the most crucial terminologies being restored through transliteration are the proper Titles and Names of the "only true GOD" (ADONAI YAHWEH) as well as that of HIS Messiah (Adon YAHshua). The final outcome of such a disciplined and objective ITT process is the sheer clarity to otherwise long outstanding issues as "Who is the GOD of the Bible?" and "What is the relationship between YAHWEH and HIS Messiah YAHshua.



A Law Book for the Diaspora

A Law Book for the Diaspora Author John Van Seters
ISBN-10 0198034954
Release 2002-11-21
Pages 248
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The foundation for all study of biblical law is the assumption that the Covenant Code is the oldest legal code in the Hebrew Bible and that all other laws are revisions of that code. This book sets forth the radical hypothesis that those laws in the covenant code that are similar to Deuteronomy and the Holiness Code are in fact later than both of these, and therefore can't be taken as the foundation of Hebrew Law.



The Code of Hammurabi and the Book of the Covenant

The Code of Hammurabi and the Book of the Covenant Author Charles Wesley Gethman
ISBN-10 NWU:35556023355019
Release 1911
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The Origins of Biblical Law

The Origins of Biblical Law Author Calum M. Carmichael
ISBN-10 UOM:39015025207153
Release 1992
Pages 253
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Calum M. Carmichael here offers a radically new interpretation of the law of ancient Israel. In Carmichael's view, the rules of the Mishpatim (the laws of the Book of the Covenant, Exod 21:2-23:19) were not created directly in response to contemporary social problems, but rather may be traced back to literary traditions preserved in the books of Genesis and Exodus. Building upon his earlier book Law and Narrative in the Bible: The Evidence of the Deuteronomic Laws and the Decalogue, Carmichael demonstrates that a major motivation for biblical scribal art was to create a body of law specific to Israel's national traditions. He shows how scribes who produced the laws of the Pentateuch drew upon the ethical and legal implications of the stories of Adam and Eve; Cain and Abel; Jacob, Esau, and Laban; Joseph and his brothers; and the exodus. Of particular interest is his discussion of the literary unit known as the Ten Commandments. Carmichael argues that God's action in a story is transformed in this unit into a rule consistent with the judgment implicit in the narrative. Observing the complex limits between law-making and storytelling, Carmichael sets forth a challenging new hypothesis of how the Bible was constructed. The Origins of Biblical Law will be welcomed by biblical scholars, legal historians, anthropologists, ancient historians, literary theorists focusing on narrative, and readers interested in Judaica.



The Covenant

The Covenant Author Hilda Stahl
ISBN-10 0840732155
Release 1991-03-01
Pages 286
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Jennet Cordell, sold by her father to settle a debt, finds herself at the mercy of Freeman Havlick, who bargains for her freedom, but in return she must become his wife



Cracking the Covenant Code for Kids

Cracking the Covenant Code for Kids Author Kay Arthur
ISBN-10 9780736925952
Release 2012-09-01
Pages 222
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Noted Bible teachers Kay Arthur and Janna Arndt add an exciting adventure book to the Discover 4 Yourself Inductive Bible Studies for Kids series (more than 560,000 copies sold)! This brand-new interactive study helps kids understand how much God loves them and what His amazing plans are for them. They'll discover the extent and significance of God's covenant with mankind by... breaking codes doing crosswords solving mazes drawing action scenes filling in story blanks The Discover 4 Yourself Bible study series engages kids 8 to 12 and challenges them to get to know God's Word better in fun and meaningful ways.



The Book of the Covenant

The Book of the Covenant Author Julian Morgenstern
ISBN-10 9781556354151
Release 2007-05-01
Pages 152
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The Book of the Covenant

The Book of the Covenant Author Martin Sicker
ISBN-10 9781450216500
Release 2010-03-25
Pages 204
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According to the biblical narrative, in addition to the Ten Commandments, Moses received a series of supplementary instructions to guide the people as they set about establishing a society in conformity with the covenant that are to be found in the so-called the Book of the Covenant. The book, which is imbedded in the biblical book of Exodus essentially contains addenda or amendments to longstanding customary laws with which the children of Israel were already familiar, and for this reason its various components vary widely in scope, depending on the extent of differentiation from customary law that they entail. This study of the ordinances in the Book of the Covenant focuses not only on what they meant for the ancient Israelites but also how those laws, rules, instructions, and admonitions were treated and in some instances modified as they were incorporated into the huge corpus of Jewish Law, as it emerged over a period of some two and a half millennia.



The Law and Covenant

The Law and Covenant Author William Wallace Martin
ISBN-10 1332082319
Release 2015-07-28
Pages 240
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Excerpt from The Law and Covenant: Being the Restoration of Two of the Books of Moses, Each in Two Version, and Designated Herein as the Siniatic Tora and the Book of the Covenant; According to Reconstructive Criticism In this volume, entitled "The Law and the Covenant," I have gathered together the civil, ethical, and religious precepts of Exodus-Deuteronomy which remained after removing the two versions of the Tora of Moses. The material which I have used in my two books, named respectively "The Tora of Moses" and "The Law and the Covenant," is the same which higher criticism relegates to its documents, known as the Book of the Covenant, the Words of the Covenant, the Book of Judgments, which are found in Exodus; and the Laws of Holiness, which are found in Leviticus; and the Deuteronomic Code, which is found in Deuteronomy. I leave it with every fair-minded reader to decide whether the three great Mosaic documents, which I have restored and named the Tora of Moses, the Sinaitic Law, and the Book of the Covenant, giving each in two versions, are not rather to be accepted than the three documents supposed to be discovered by the higher critics and called by them the Prophetic Code, the Laws of Holiness, and the Deuteronomic Code. The documents of reconstructive criticism are logical in arrangement, consistent as literary productions, and related to each other as an earlier to later codes, while the documents of higher criticism are without any logical order, inconsistent with each other, and as literary productions must surely be classed as puerile productions because of the repetitions, inconsistencies, and incongruous arrangements of their parts. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.