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eBook Psalms in Community: Jewish and Christian Textual, Liturgical, and Artistic Traditions (Society of Biblical Literature Symposium Series, No. 25) (Sbl - Symposium Sbl - Symposium) ePub

by M E Fassler,Professor Margot Fassler,Harold W Attridge

  • ISBN: 9004127364
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: M E Fassler,Professor Margot Fassler,Harold W Attridge
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers (May 2004)
  • Pages: 490
  • ePub book: 1482 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Psalms, initially shaped by the experiences of ancient Israel, have for two thousand years expressed the hopes and fears.

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Series: SBL - Symposium, Volume: 2. This book serves as a needed addition to Psalms and liturgical studies.

This book serves as a needed addition to Psalms and liturgical studies. INTRODUCTION: THE PSALMS IN TWO RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS Christian Liturgical Psalmody: Origins, Development, Decomposition, Collapse, Robert F. Taft, . Hallels, Midrash, Canon, and Loss: Psalms in Jewish Liturgy, Lawrence A. Hoffman PART 1: PSALMS IN THE LIFE OF ANCIENT ISRAEL Sweet Singer of Israel: David and the Psalms in Early Judaism, Esther M. Menn Amazing Grace: The Transformation of the Thanksgiving Hymn at.

Symposium Series presents essay-length studies .

Symposium Series presents essay-length studies, contributed by various scholars, that address a particular topic related to the biblical literature and/or its cultural environment. The aim of the series is to provide for the publication of studies that have emerged from collaborative work, especially within the SBL’s own program units, and that are best published together rather than separately.

Harold W. Attridge, Margot Elsbeth Fassler. Harold W. Attridge, P. in New Testament and Christian Origins (1975), Harvard University, is Lillian Claus Professor of New Testament at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut. Margot E. Fassler, P. in Medieval Studies (1983), Cornell University, is Robert S. Tangeman Professor, Yale School of Music and Yale Divinity School, and Director, Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University. Библиографические данные.

2003 Society of Biblical Literature Society of Biblical Literature, Symposium Series, no.

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Liturgical, and Artistic Traditions

Liturgical, and Artistic Traditions. SBL Symposium Series, vol. 25. Atlanta: SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE, 2003, Pp. xiii + 474, illus. The book of Psalms, or the Psalter, is arguably the most familiar and popular biblical book of the Judeo-Christian tradition. Part 2, "Psalms in Christian Origins," includes articles on the use of the Psalms in the New Testament (Harold Attridge), the Psalms and the origins of Christology (Adela Yarbro Collins), and Christian "Rock" music at Corinth (Diana Swancutt).

Symposium series, Society of Biblical Literature, no. 25; Society of Biblical Literature symposium series .

- Psalms - Liturgical use - History - Congresses. - Psalms - Criticism, interpretation, etc.

Publisher:Society of Biblical Literature.

book by Margot E. Fassler. Psalms in Community : Jewish and Christian Textual, Liturgical, and Artistic Traditions. by Margot E. Publisher:Society of Biblical Literature.

The Psalms, initially shaped by the experience of the people of Israel, expressed the hopes and fears, the yearnings for and devotion to God, of two religious traditions, each diverse in time and space. To study the Psalms, therefore, it is necessary to move beyond their initial cultural context and to see how they were appropriated by and contributed to the religious lives of Jews and Christians across the centuries. These essays provide that complex diachronic perspective. They represent a spectrum of disciplines, including biblical studies, liturgical studies, musicology, art history, theology, and literature. The result is a richly textured appreciation of the way the Psalms have functioned in these communities of conviction for more than two thousand years. Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org)