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eBook Mediating Between Heaven and Earth: Communication with the Divine in the Ancient Near East (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) ePub

eBook Mediating Between Heaven and Earth: Communication with the Divine in the Ancient Near East (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) ePub

by C.L. Crouch,Jonathan Stökl,Anna Elise Zernecke,Andrew Mein,Claudia V. Camp

  • ISBN: 0567461629
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: C.L. Crouch,Jonathan Stökl,Anna Elise Zernecke,Andrew Mein,Claudia V. Camp
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: T&T Clark; 1 edition (May 24, 2012)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1899 kb
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ISBN-13: 978-0567461629. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

Crouch Jonathan StOkl Anna Elise Zemecke

This new perspective on the study of divine-human-divine communication allows scholars to better appreciate the way in which communication and the relationship between . Crouch, Jonathan Stökl, Anna Elise Zernecke.

This new perspective on the study of divine-human-divine communication allows scholars to better appreciate the way in which communication and the relationship between heaven and earth was conceived in the ancient near East. This volume brings together experts in the study of ancient prayers and divination methods to analyse the variety of means by which human beings sought to communicate with their gods and by which the gods were seen to communicate with their worshippers.

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This volume brings together experts in the study of ancient prayers and divination methods to analyse the variety of means by which human beings sought to communicate with their gods and by which the gods were seen to communicate with their worshippers. In a departure from previous scholarship, the volume brings together the study of prophecy, as an intuitive form of divination, with the study of technical methods of communication and other forms of institutionalised communication such as prayer. Such a format allows divine-human communication to be studied in both directions simultaneously: the means by which the divine communicates to human beings through divination, and the means by which human beings communicate with the divine through prayer. This new perspective on the study of divine-human-divine communication allows scholars to better appreciate the way in which communication and the relationship between heaven and earth was conceived in the ancient near East.