Old Testament prophecy and wisdom are two of the main themes with which Norman Whybray, formerly of the University of Hull, has concerned himself in his highly productive and innovative scholarly career. In honour of his seventieth birthday, a distinguished international group of scholars have expressed their personal and professional admiration for him with essays that Are particularly rich And significant. The roll-call of contributors reads: Brenner, Brueggemann, Cazelles, Clements, Clines, Coggins, Crenshaw, Eaton, Gelston, Gordon, Goulder, Grabbe, Jeppersen, Knibb, Mayes, Mettinger, Soggin and Williamson.essay a#39;Form und Funktion in der Hiobdichtunga#39; (1959) is also an important contribution to the study of literary techniques in the Book of Job. In this article, Fohrer pays special attention to the use of forms in Job and notes that they frequentlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Of Prophets' Visions and the Wisdom of Sages|
|Author||:||Roger Norman Whybray, Heather A. McKay, David J. A. Clines|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 1993|