Interested Parties: The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible
Prominent Bible scholar David Clines presents a series of essays on the worldviews of both the authors and the readers of the Old Testament. He gives an introduction to ideological criticism, including his purpose in writing this volume and what the term “interested parties” means in terms of biblical studies. After setting out the foundation of his argument for ideological reading, he examines several passages and topics in the Old Testament. He covers the Ten Commandments, the Temple, the Prophets, the book of Job, the Pentateuch, and David. Clines focuses on interpretation as well as evaluation of the text in question.
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- Provides studies on ideology
- Discusses what “interested parties” means in terms of biblical studies
- Includes indexes and a list of abbreviations
- Title: Interested Parties: The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible
- Author: David. J. A. Clines
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Publication Date: 1995
- Pages: 296
About David. J. A. Clines
David J. A. Clines is a professor of biblical studies and the head of department at the University of Sheffield.