10 edition of The Social History of Ancient Israel found in the catalog.
May 1, 2008
by Fortress Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Linda M. Maloney (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
The World of Ancient Israel is especially concerned to explore in greater depth than comparable studies the areas and degrees of overlap between approaches to the subject of Old Testament research adopted by scholars and students of theology and the social sciences. Increasing numbers of scholars have recognized the valuable insights that can be gained from a cross-disciplinary approach, and. signi cance of the writing of an ancient history of Israel are: Liverani (); Banks (); and Moore () The social history of ancient Israel is part and parcel of this inquiry in the evolution of Israelite political conditions. The most recent signi cant work on this aspect of Israel is: Kessler (). It is now available in English.
Israel Today Since , Israel’s population has grown tenfold. Israel was founded with a population of , Today there are million Israelis; about 75% of them Jews. Like other democratic, multi-ethnic countries, Israel struggles with various social and religious issues and economic problems. It is a country of immigrants that. Social World of Ancient Israel offers the most refreshing and innovative approach to ancient Israelite society that I have ever read. The book uses different roles in village life and state institutions to open up the biblical world. Clear and engaging for beginners, full of insights for biblical scholars, this book fills a major need for a masterful synthesis of life in ancient Israel.
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Histories of ancient Israel have usually focused attention on major figures in powerful positions: kings, prophets, and patriarchs.
Kessler asks about the larger social patterns that shaped the everyday life of ordinary people, from the emergence of Israel in the hills of Canaan, to the Jewish populations of Greek city-states in the Hellenistic age/5(2).
The Social History of Ancient Israel book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Rainer Kessler surveys the epochs of Israel's social /5. Histories of ancient Israel have usually focused attention on major figures in powerful positions.
Kessler asks about the larger social patterns that shaped the everyday lives of ordinary people, from the emergence of Israel in the hills of Canaan, to the Jewish populations of Greek city-states in.
Histories of ancient Israel have usually focused attention on major figures in powerful positions: kings, prophets, and patriarchs. Kessler asks about the larger social patterns that shaped the everyday life of ordinary people, from the emergence of Israel in the hills of Canaan, to the Jewish populations of Greek city-states in the Hellenistic age.
This book is becoming dated, but remains a useful overview of the complex history of Ancient Israel. It's very readable for the non-specialist and includes a useful if now quite dated bibliography.
However, the transfer to ebook format was done poorly. There are typos from the OCR process including at one point a word that begins with Roman Cited by: This classic textbook, widely used for over two decades, constructs a history of ancient Israel and Judah through a thorough investigation of epigraphical, archaeological, and biblical sources.
Approaching biblical history as history, Miller and Hayes examine the political and economic factors that give context to the Israelite monarchy's Reviews: to the history of ancient Israel, focusing primarily on the development of social institutions and structures.
Kessler’s intended audience is Christian academics and pastors (ix), but the vast majority of the book is appropriate for a broader audi-ence than that. Kessler begins with an explanation of “social history. Perhaps most significantly, the book gently exposes the inefficiency of past anthropological models for interpreting the relationships, attitudes and social conventions of earliest Israel.
Its corrective insights will enable scholar and student alike to plot new approaches for studying the Hebrew Bible and the ancient people of Israel.
In fact, in Ancient Israel women could own property. The Book of Proverbs describes an ideal woman as a woman who has the means and capacity to make financial and business decisions.
It says 'she considers a field and buys it'. (Proverbs ) - Raising A Strong Daughter: What Fathers Should Know by Finlay Gow JD and Kailin Gow MA”. He examines the social structures of ancient Israel and reveals that beneath its later social and cultural accretions, the concept of covenant—as opposed to codified law—was a vital part of Israel.
Considered by many to be a modern classic, Ancient Israel offers a fascinating, full-scale reconstruction of the social and religious life of Israel in Old Testament times. Drawing principally on the text of the Old Testament itself, as well as from archaeological evidence and information gathered from the historical study of Israel's neighbors, de Vaux first provides an extensive introduction Reviews: Encapsulating as it does research that has been undertaken on the sociological, anthropological and political aspects of the history of ancient Israel, this important book is designed to follow in the tradition of works in the series sponsored by The Society for Old Testament Study which began with the publication of The People and the Book in The Social Structure of Ancient Israel: The Institution of the Family (Beit'Ab) from the Settlement to the End of the Monarchy (Jerusalem Biblical Studies) [Bendor, S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Social Structure of Ancient Israel: The Institution of the Family (Beit'Ab) from the Settlement to the End of the Monarchy (Jerusalem Biblical Studies)Reviews: 1. Biblical accounts of his life. Information about Samuel is contained in The First Book of Samuel (called in the Roman Catholic canon The First Book of Kings).
The ancient designation of the two books of Samuel does not indicate that he is the author (in fact, his death is related in 1 Samuel 25) or the hero of the books; indeed, it is difficult to deduce what the title was intended to mean.
I received The Social World of Ancient Israel: BC as a gift to help with doing research for a biblical fiction novel. The book explores the social world of ancient Israel by breaking down and exploring roles that existed in those communities that do not exist (in the same way) in our/my context and culture/5(7).
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Rainer Kessler has 22 books on Goodreads with 43 ratings. Rainer Kessler’s most popular book is The Social History of Ancient Israel: An Introduction. a concise history of israel covering the ancestral period, conquest and settlement, the monarchy, and both the exilic and postexilic periods. with an accessible yet high-quality introduction, a brief history of ancient israel will be of immense value to both students of the old testament and the scholars who teach them.
The history of ancient Israel is best known to most people from the narratives in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament.
There, however, the name “Israel” covers a wide diversity of social and political entities over the course of many centuries. The first attestation of the name outside the Bible (on the Egyptian stela of Merneptah, c.
bce) seems to refer at most to some ill-defined tribal. The book deals with Israel's relations with the empires which shaped its development & with the changing internal structure of the Jewish state. Part of the tale is told by excavations, which reveal many aspects of the material culture & everyday life of thos This is the story of Jewish civilization from its beginnings to the destruction of /5(5).Ancient Israel This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book.
Edit this book: Book Creator Wikitext.Ancient Israel was a monarchy that was run as both a political and religious entity. The king ruled on behalf of Yahweh and was supposed to uphold the religious covenants.
In the royal court, the.