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Yahwism after the Exile: Perspectives on Israelite Religion in the Persian Period (Rainer Albertz) Hardcover Book, (Van Gorcum, 2003) 9789023238805
Yahwism after the Exile: Perspectives on Israelite Religion in the Persian Period (Rainer Albertz) Hardcover Book, (Van Gorcum, 2003) 9789023238805
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Title: Yahwism after the Exile: Perspectives on Israelite Religion in the Persian Period

Author: Albertz, Rainer

Publisher: Van Gorcum; Publication Date: 2003

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789023238805

Volumes: 1; Pages: xxi, 300

List Price in Cloth: $104.00 Our price: $87.99

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The Persian era in Ancient Israel's history is an intriguing period. The time span between Cyrus the Great and Alexander the Great was a theatre of shifts and changes. These changes are observable in daily life, in the organization of society as well as in various religious phenomena. The essays in this volume originate from a seminar about developments and movements in the religion of Israel after the Exile, which was part of the first meeting of the European Association for Biblical Studies (Utrecht, 2000). The essays deal with questions like: How did religion help inhabitants of Yehud to cope with the new reality? How did this new reality influence the (re)formulation of Yahwism? What was the character of the existing Yahwism that was reformulated?Rainer Albertz (PhD Heidelberg, 1972; Habilitation Heidelberg, 1977) is ordinary Professor of Old Testament Studies at the University of Muenster (Westfalen, Germany). His most recent book is: Die Exilszeit 6. Jahrhundert v. Chr. (Biblische Enzyklopaedie 7), Stuttgart 2001.Bob Becking (PhD Utrecht, 1985) is ordinary Professor of Old Testament studies at Utrecht University. He was co-editor of the Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible, Leiden 1995 (1998 2nd ed.).
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