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Mafico concludes this fascinating study by arguing that Yahweh became the deity that promoted unity among the disparate Israelite tribes around the time of David. In fact Jeroboams' revolt was a serious challenge to this quest for unity because the northern kingdom of Israel reverted to their tribal gods at the division of the kingdom.
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Yahweh's Emergence As "Judge" Among the Gods: A Study of the Hebrew Root Špt. Spouse(s). Roslyn (née Brake) Mafico. Themba (or Temba) Mafico was born in 1943 in then-Southern Rhodesia, and by dint of enormously hard work, connections, missionary support, and education both in Africa and in the US, has become known as a champion of education among African American seminary students and clergy in particular. Following graduation in December 1962, Mafico was appointed pastor of the urban church of the United Church of Christ (formerly ABM). David Mafico, Erika Willingham, Sean Ramsey. In 1968 he enrolled at the University of London (Rhodesia campus) and in 1970 he graduated as the first Rhodesian pastor to earn a bachelor's degree majoring in religious studies and history. Upon graduation, he taught Religious Knowledge and was the first black school chaplain at Chikore High School.
His interest in word study has led to his major publication: Yahweh’s Emergence As a Judge among the Gods: A Study of the Hebrew Root SP. Last modified 2015 January by Temba .
Last modified 2015 January by Temba .
While carefully studying the Holy Scriptures, I had to unlearn this wrong imagery of Gods judgment. These one-sided definitions and interpretations of divine judgment are the real problem. 31. Journal of the adventist theological society.
What Is the Hebrew Roots Movement? Broadly speaking, followers of the HRM believe .
What Is the Hebrew Roots Movement? Broadly speaking, followers of the HRM believe that all believers in Christ are obligated to follow Jewish laws and practices from the books of Moses. In some groups, extrabiblical rabbinic teachings and traditions are elevated (if not in official doctrinal beliefs then in practice) to the same level as Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Chief among these understandings is the notion that the law was intended to be binding on all people throughout history. The book of Acts records how the early Christian message started in Jerusalem and then spread to Judea, Samaria, and the ends of the earth.
Temba (Themba) Mafico is Distinguished Professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament; former Vice .
Temba (Themba) Mafico is Distinguished Professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament; former Vice President of Academic Services/Provost; ordained minister of the United Church of Christ with long pastoral ministry and administrative skills in rural development and education. In his major publication, The Emergence of Yahweh Elohim as Judge Among the Gods: A Study of the Hebrew Root Špt, Dr. Mafico has unveiled the multifarious meanings of an enigmatic Semitic root špt with its derivatives, erroneous translated judge in Bible versions. Dr. Mafico’s current literary projects include (tentative titles): The Divine Call in a New Light.
The book of Judges is a somewhat neglected book in Christian pulpits and Bible curricula today. For additional discussion on the term šōpēṭ see T. L. J. Mafico, Yahweh’s Emergence as Judge Among the Gods: A Study of the Hebrew Root Špṭ (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 2006)
The book of Judges is a somewhat neglected book in Christian pulpits and Bible curricula today. If the stories of Judges are known or taught, usually only the so-called major judges attract interest while the remaining narratives (especially from chapters 1–2, 17–21) suffer from neglect. Mafico, Yahweh’s Emergence as Judge Among the Gods: A Study of the Hebrew Root Špṭ (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 2006).