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eBook Wilderness in the Bible: Toward a Theology of Wilderness (Studies in Biblical Literature) epub

by Robert B Leal

eBook Wilderness in the Bible: Toward a Theology of Wilderness (Studies in Biblical Literature) epub
  • ISBN: 0820471380
  • Author: Robert B Leal
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (July 28, 2004)
  • Pages: 357 pages
  • ePUB size: 1731 kb
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Wilderness in the Bible addresses this ecological crisis from a biblical and theological perspective. This provides the biblical basis for the development of a theology of wilderness for the twenty-first century.

Wilderness in the Bible addresses this ecological crisis from a biblical and theological perspective. It first establishes the context of a biblical study of wilderness and then passes to an analysis of the attitudes towards in the canonical biblical record. The Australian wilderness is taken as an illuminating case study.

Studies in Biblical Literature 7. Leal wishes to address the growing ecological crisis in the West through a study of the wilderness theme in the Hebrew Bible and its reflex in New Testament literature.

Studies in Biblical Literature 72. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2004. The aim of the study is to construct an "ecotheology," which addresses the Australian context. Nine chapters are organized into three sections: "The Context of a Biblical Study of the Wilderness," "Biblical Attitudes Towards Wilderness," and "Towards a Theology of Wilderness.

Wilderness in the Bible book. It first establishes the context of a biblical study of wilderness and then passes to an analy Wilderness in many parts of the globe is under considerable threat from human development. This has important ramifications not only for fauna and flora but also for human well-being. Wilderness in the Bible addresses this ecological crisis from a biblical and theological perspective. Leal wishes to address the growing ecological crisis in the West through a study of the wilderness theme in the Hebrew Bible and its reflex in New Testament literature

Studies in Biblical Literature 72. Nine chapters are organized into three sections: "The Context o. ONTINUE READING.

Because scholars have tended to use the term in different ways, biblical theology has been notoriously difficult to define

Because scholars have tended to use the term in different ways, biblical theology has been notoriously difficult to define. Although most speak of biblical theology as a particular method or emphasis within biblical studies, some scholars have also used the term in reference to its distinctive content.

18 Leal, Wilderness in the Bible, 137. So too, Cohn, Shape of Sacred Space, 15, who states that for Deuteronomy ‘the forty years in the wilderness was a necessary stage in the molding of the people’. 19 Cf. Allen, Deuteronomy and Exhortation, and Steyn, G. ‘Deuteronomy in Hebrews’, Deuteronomy in the New Testament (ed. It first establishes the context of a biblical study of wilderness and then passes to an analysis of the attitudes toward wilderness in the canonical biblical record. The Australian wilderness is taken as a case study.

The Dark Interval: Towards a Theology of Story. In the geographical literature, place has been given several meanings (Lukermann, 1964; May, 1970). Sonoma, California, 1988. God at War: Power in the Exodus TraditionThe Wilderness and Salvation History in the Hagar Story. The Wilderness and Salvation History in the Hagar Story," Journal of Biblical Literature 117/1 (1998) 23-43.

Lessons from the Wilderness. We need to welcome change as from God’s hand and by his grace. Making changes in the grace of God means looking for unexpected benefits in the most unlikely places-blessings straight from the hand of God. Table of Contents

Lessons from the Wilderness. Single Session Bible Study. Table of Contents. SCRIPTURE: Exodus 16; 18; Numbers 13:1–2, 26–33; 14:20–24.

Wilderness in many parts of the globe is under considerable threat from human development. This has important ramifications not only for fauna and flora but also for human well-being. Wilderness in the Bible addresses this ecological crisis from a biblical and theological perspective. It first establishes the context of a biblical study of wilderness and then passes to an analysis of the attitudes towards in the canonical biblical record. This provides the biblical basis for the development of a theology of wilderness for the twenty-first century. The Australian wilderness is taken as an illuminating case study.
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