Introduction to the Old Testament: A Liberation Perspective
Applying Norman Gottwald's thesis on Israel's origins, Cereski argues that Israel was formed through a process of social revolution, inspired by the memory of runaway slaves and their worship of a God whose cult mandated radical social equality and justice.
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The Bible in the Modern World
A Modern Look at Biblical Times
The Reestablishment of a Jewish Community in Jerusalem
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Abraham Ahaz Amos Ancient Near East ancient world Assyrian Babylon Babylonian biblical Book of Deuteronomy Canaan Canaanite centers central century b.c.e. chapters city-states clan context covenant culture David Describe destruction Deuteronomistic History developed dominant economic Egypt Egyptian elements Elohist especially example Exile Exodus Ezekiel final Genesis God's Hebrew hill country Hittite Hosea human individuals Isaiah Israel Israelite Jehoiachin Jeremiah Jerusalem Jewish Jews Joshua Josiah Judah king kingdom of Israel land Late Bronze Age liberation major Mesopotamia monarchy Moses group narrative northern kingdom Old Testament oracles Pekah Pentateuch period Pharaoh Philistines political post-Exilic preaching Priestly Priestly source prophecy prophets Psalms religious REVIEW QUESTIONS role rulers ruling classes Saul says the Lord scholars Scriptures social society socio-economic Solomon southern story struggle Suggested Bible Readings Temple texts tion traditions treaty tribal confederation tribal league tribes village vision wisdom words Yahweh Yahwist