By Risa Levitt Kohn

ISBN-10: 0567022331

ISBN-13: 9780567022332

ISBN-10: 0826460577

ISBN-13: 9780826460578

This e-book examines intimately the presence of priestly and Deuteronomic language and ideas within the e-book of Ezekiel. It asks: what's the nature of the connection among Ezekiel and the Priestly resource? what's the nature of the connection among Ezekiel, Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomistic historical past? the place does the ebook of Ezekiel stand within the evolution of Israelite historical past, theology and literature-specifically, and what can Ezekiel train us in regards to the composition of the Torah?

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361 (Hebrew). This understanding seems unlikely. 35. In Ps. 35 (MT) the term appears to denote some type of tree. But the text may be corrupt. See Propp, Exodus 1-18,discussion to Exod. 19. 42 A New Heart and a New Soul In P, n~lTN denotes an individual member of the people and is often contrasted with the ~U. mTN has the same meaning in Ezek. 22, where the "13 is to be allotted land as though he were 'like a native Israelite' (^iizr n nn mîio). —In the Eyes of the (Foreign) Nations. This expression occurs once in P (Lev.

Ezekiel is not alone among the prophets in his portrayal of, and polemic against, adultery. 3 "O]-p—Outsider/Foreigner. This term appears four times in P (Gen. 12, 27; Exod. 43; Lev. 7, 9). It is also found in Isa. 8 andNeh. 2. 26. Compare Ezekiel's use of the term "IT to denote foreigners who are always portrayed as bringing about calamity (Ezek. 12). The "13, in contrast, is to be cared for and protected. 27. See Friedman, WWTB, p. 258, on assigning this text to P. 28. 7; Hos. 4; Jer. 1 ; etc.

In Ps. 35 (MT) the term appears to denote some type of tree. But the text may be corrupt. See Propp, Exodus 1-18,discussion to Exod. 19. 42 A New Heart and a New Soul In P, n~lTN denotes an individual member of the people and is often contrasted with the ~U. mTN has the same meaning in Ezek. 22, where the "13 is to be allotted land as though he were 'like a native Israelite' (^iizr n nn mîio). —In the Eyes of the (Foreign) Nations. This expression occurs once in P (Lev. 27). It is also found in Isa.

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