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Book of Daniel, Volume 2: Composition and Reception (John J Collins Peter W Flint (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2001) 9789004122000
Book of Daniel, Volume 2: Composition and Reception (John J Collins Peter W Flint (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2001) 9789004122000
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Title: The Book of Daniel, Volume 2: Composition and Reception

Author: Collins, John J Peter W Flint (eds)

Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2001

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004122000

Volumes: 1; Pages: xxiv, 482

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Even though the earlier debates of the twentieth century have subsided, questions concerning the composition and genre of Daniel, the social setting of the work, its literary context, and its theology persist. Because of the Dead Sea Scrolls discoveries and advances in understanding the history of transmission, Daniel has found a new generation of scholars interested in its place in the Jewish and Christian scriptures. Collins and Flint have assembled a stellar international team to review the state of Danielic studies and the hot issues surrounding them. Of the thirty-two essays, only one has previously appeared. Articles on Second Temple Judaism, theology, apocalypticism, and the New Testament afford the foundational resources scholars require for doing their own detailed analysis.ContentsPreface Terms, Sigla, and Abbreviations List of ContributorsPART ONE GENERAL TOPICSCurrent Issues in the Study of DanielJohn J. CollinsThe Book of Daniel in Its ContextMichael A. KnibbPART TWO DANIEL IN ITS NEAR EASTERN MILIEUScholars at the Oriental Court: The Figure of Daniel Against Its Mesopotamian BackgroundKarel Van Der ToornThe Mesopotamian Babylonian Background of Daniel 1--6Shalom PaulThe Anzu Myth as Relevant Background for Daniel 7?John WaltonPART THREE ISSUES IN INTERPRETATION OF SPECIFIC PASSAGESThe Visions of DanielReinhard G. KratzAllusions to Creation in Daniel 7Andre LacocqueDaniel 12 und die Auferstehung der Toten Ernst HaagDaniel 3 and 6 in Early Christian LiteratureJan Willem Van HentenPART FOUR SOCIAL SETTINGThe Social Setting of the Aramaic and Hebrew Book of DanielRainer AlbertzThe Book of Daniel and Its Social SettingStefan BeyerleA Dan(iel) for All Seasons: For Whom was Daniel Important?Lester L. GrabbeThe Scribal School of DanielPhilip DaviesPrayers and Dreams: Power and Diaspora Identities in the Social Setting of the Daniel TalesDaniel Smith-ChristopherPART FIVE LITERARY CONTEXT, INCLUDING QUMRANThe Writing of DanielJan-Wim WesseliusThe Solar Calendars of Daniel and EnochGabriele BoccacciniThe Daniel Tradition at QumranPeter W. FlintDaniel and Early Enoch Traditions in the Dead Sea ScrollsPossible Sources of the Book of DanielEsther EshelResurrection in the Daniel Tradition and Other Writings at QumranJohn F. HobbinsPART SIX RECEPTION IN JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITYStages in the Canonization of the Book of DanielKlaus KochThe Book of Daniel and the Radical Critique of Empire. An Essay in Apocalyptic HermeneuticsChristopher RowlandDie "vier Reiche" aus Daniel in der targumischen LiteraturUwe GlessmerDaniel in the New Testament: Visions of God's KingdomCraig A. EvansThe Danielic Son of Man in the New TestamentJames D. G. DunnNebuchadnezzar's Madness (Daniel 4) in Syriac LiteratureMatthias HenzePART SEVEN TEXTUAL HISTORYThe Text of Daniel in the Qumran ScrollsEugene UlrichThe Textual History of Septuagint-Daniel and Theodotion-DanielAlexander A. Di LellaSyriac DanielKonrad D. JennerPART EIGHT THE THEOLOGY OF DANIELDaniel in the Context of Old Testament TheologyJohn GoldingayTheological Ethics in DanielJohn BartonCult and Sacrifice in Daniel. The Tamid and the Abomination of DesolationJohan LustCUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHYEditions, Transcriptions, Translations, ListingsSecondary Literature INDICESScripture IndexApocrypha and PseudepigraphaDead Sea Scrolls IndexOther Ancient WritingsIndex of Modern Authors
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