The Concept of Time in the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrollls
BRILL, 1 de gen. 2001 - 389 pàgines
The book is concerned with the concept of time in the Bible and in later literature, primarily that of the Judaean Desert sect. By the term "concept of time" the author refers to the entire complex of issues relating to time, as follows from our involvement in the writings of the corpus. The work discusses issues of terminology, substance and ideology that arise from the totality of texts dealing with the subject of time.
The conjoining of the eight groups of chapters of the book provides a comprehensive picture of the approach to time in ancient Hebrew literature, beginning with the Bible and concluding with the first century CE, the latest possible time frame for the Scrolls.
Readership: Academic libraries, educated laymen, institutes, public libraries, researchers amd students.
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Terms Used to Indicate Time in the Bible
Day n as a Term for Time in the Bible
On TTT in the Bible
Biblical Formulae for Depicting Duration of Time
The Phrase From and OnwardUpward
On the Uses of the Term Until This Day
Depictions of Brief Time Intervals in the Bible
The Term Tyln in the Scrolls
The Term YP in the Scrolls
The Term 5779 in the Scrolls
The Term my in the Scrolls
The Term DT in the General Framework of Terms
The Use of DY in the Scrolls
The Formula for Duration of Time From
Terms Used for the Past Present and Future in
Dºn This and Similar Terms in the Bible
Duration of Life in Biblical Times
The Concept of Time in the Dead
God and Time
The Term YT in the Scrolls
Life Duration in the Scrolls and the Apocrypha
The Phrase He Shall not Do Suchandsuch XDTD
Time in the Bible and in Later Literature
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