- Author:Hindy Najman
- Publisher:Brill Academic Pub; 1St Edition edition (April 2003)
- Pages:176 pages
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Supplements to the Jo. .Distinctive features of Mosaic discourse are studied in Deuteronomy, Jubilees, the Temple Scroll, and the works of Philo of Alexandria.
Supplements to the Jo.What is meant by attributing texts to Moses in Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Judaism? The answer depends not only on the history of texts but also on the history of concepts of textuality. This book criticizes the terms "Pseudepigraphy" and "Rewritten Bible," which presuppose conceptions of authentic attribution and textual fidelity foreign to ancient Judaism.
In the present study, Hindy Najman addresses two fundamental aspects related to Second Temple Jewish literature: pseudepigrapha and the rewritten Bible. Pseudepigrapha as a literary genre signifies texts which claim as their author some privileged individual from the past. In reality, however, the attribution of authorship to some ancient figure masks the present-day composition of the text. The term rewritten Bible, in its broadest use, refers to the interpretive reworking of the scriptural text and story through such means as expansion, deletion, harmonization, and conflation.
Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, Volume: 7.
Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, Volume: 77. Author: Hindy Najman. Seconding Sinai is a remarkable book that sparkles and crackles with smartness.
Publication: Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, 2009Description: xiv, 176 p. SBN: 1-589-83424-0. Series: Supplements to the Journal for the study of JudaismBibliography: Includes bibliographical references (. 161) and indexes. Subject: Еврейский закон - Толкование и структура - История до 1500г. Jewish law - Interpretation and construction -History - To 1500 Прямая речь в Библии, Direct discourse in the Bible Иудаизм - История, 586 до . Judaism - History - Post-exilic period, 586 .
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Seconding Sinai : The Development of Mosaic Discourse in Second Temple Judaism. Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism. By (author) Hindy Najman.
Second Temple Judaism is Judaism between the construction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, c. 515 BCE, and its destruction by the Romans in 70 CE. The development of the Hebrew Bible canon, the synagogue, Jewish apocalyptic expectations for the fu. The development of the Hebrew Bible canon, the synagogue, Jewish apocalyptic expectations for the future, and the rise of Christianity can all be traced to the Second Temple period. Note: dates and periods are in many cases approximate and/or conventional). Babylonian exile, 586–539 BCE. Persian, 539–333 BCE. Hellenistic, 333–164 BCE. Ptolemaic, 301–200 BCE.