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- Boda, Mark J. (ed.), Mein, Andrew (ed.), Chau, Kevin (ed.)
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Inner Biblical Allusion in the Poetry of Wisdom and Psalms
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Mark J. Boda is Professor of Old Testament at McMaster Divinity College, Canada. Kevin Chau is Senior Lecturer of Hebrew at the University of the Free State, South Africa. Beth LaNeel Tanner is Norman and Mary Kansfield Professor of Old Testament at New Brunswick Theological Seminary, USA.
Preface Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction 1. The Psalmist as Historiographer -- Jeffery M. Leonard, Samford University, USA 2. Allusion or Illusion in the Psalms: How Do We Decide? -- Beth LaNeel Tanner, New Brunswick Theological Seminary, USA 3. Exodus 34:6-7 in Psalms 86, 103, and 145 in Relation to the Theological Perspectives of Books III, IV, and V of the Psalter -- Hee Suk Kim, Chongshin University, South Korea 4. The Elevation of God in Psalm 105 -- David Emmanuel, Nyack College, New York, USA 5. The Poetry of Creation and Victory in the Psalms -- Kevin Chau, University of the Free State, South Africa 6. A Ridiculous God: Job uses Psalm 8:5 to Respond to Eliphaz -- Charles Yu, Independent Scholar, USA 7. Poetic Allusions in Agur's Oracle in Proverbs 30.1-9 -- Ryan O'Dowd, Cornell University, USA 8. The Reuse of Deuteronomy's "Law of the Vow" in Ecclesiastes 1. 5.3-5 [4-6] as an Exemplar of Intertextuality and Reinterpretation in Ecclesiastes 4.17-5.6 [5.1-5.7] -- Richard Schultz, Wheaton College, USA 9. Some Reflections on Interpreting Allusion: The Case of Creation Motifs in Isaiah -- Job Jindo, New York University, USA Contributors Index