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  • Author:
    Walther Zimmerli
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    John Knox Press (1978)
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    258 pages
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Old testament theology in outline. Translated by David E. Green. Any Old Testament theology in outline must do two things. It must deal with the most important narrative complexes of the Old Testament.

Old testament theology in outline. At the same time, it must lead readers to bring together in their own minds the diverse statements the Old Testament makes about God, who wishes to be known not as a manifold God but as the one Yahweh. The limited compass of an outline imposes an unpleasant burden on both purposes. It is neces-sary to be selective. No selection will gain universal approval.

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Walther Theodor Zimmerli (20 January 1907 – 4 December 1983) was a Swiss academic theologian in the Reformed tradition and an Old Testament scholar. After finishing secondary school in Schiers, Zimmerli studied theology at the universities of Zurich, Berlin and Göttingen. After passing his practical exams at the end of April 1930, he worked in the Theological Faculty at the University of Göttingen as the assistant to Professors Hemperl and Rahlfs and earned his Licentiate in Theology (lic. theol

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During the period that the Old Testament came into being, Israel, from who whose world the documents contained in the Old Testament derive, underwent many changes, especially in its sociological structures

During the period that the Old Testament came into being, Israel, from who whose world the documents contained in the Old Testament derive, underwent many changes, especially in its sociological structures. Such changes produce changes in liturgical life, resulting finally in the elimination of a multiplicity of sanctuaries and focusing on Jerusalem.

Any "Old Testament theology" has the task of presenting what the Old Testament says about God as a.Alttestamentliche und Theologie. In Problems bibliicber Tbeologie (Festschrift Gerhard von Rad), pp. 632-647.

Any "Old Testament theology" has the task of presenting what the Old Testament says about God as a coherent whole.

This book is divided into five chapters which are as follows: Fundamentals The Gifts Bestowed by Yahweh Yahweh's Commandment Life Before God Crisis and Hope Old Testament Theology in Outline (9780567223531).

This book is divided into five chapters which are as follows: Fundamentals The Gifts Bestowed by Yahweh Yahweh's Commandment Life Before God Crisis and Hope Old Testament Theology in Outline (9780567223531) by Walther Zimmerli. OLD TESTAMENT THEOLOGY IN OUTLINE by Walther Zimmerli deals with the most important narrative complexes of the Old Tes tament and leads readers to bring together in their own minds the diverse statements the Old Testament makes about God, who wishes to be known not as a manifold God but as the one Yah weh. This presentation of Old Testament theology is based on the Hebrew-Aramaic canon.

Zimmerli, Walther, 1907-1983. Atlanta : John Knox Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by LineK on November 30, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Somewhat complex in exegetical discourse, though very insightful and concise in examination of pertinent issues.
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I enjoyed this book very much. He really focuses on the prophetic books which I found a helpful companion to the commentaries I am using. His comment that God had no covenant with Adam is the only statement I strongly disagree with. Hosea (ESV) says: “But like Adam they transgressed the covenant; there they dealt faithlessly with me.”