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The Sabbath in the Old Testament and the Intertestamental Period: Implications for Christians in the Twenty-First Century (Review and Herald Academic)

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Overview

From the opening lines of the Hebrew Bible to the last book of the canon of the Christian church, the Sabbath features prominently as a time of rest, fellowship for believers, and particularly worship of God, reminding humanity of His work of creation and redemption and touching on other important themes of Scripture.

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  • Reacts to publications challenging the Adventist perspective on the Sabbath
  • Restudies the relevant biblical, historical, theological, and practical aspects of the Sabbath
  • Harnesses studies that have further enriched the Adventist perspective since the appearance of The Sabbath in Scripture and History

Exegetical Perspectives

  • The Sabbath in the Pentateuch — Mathilde Frey
  • The Sabbath in the Decalogue: Creation and Liberation as a Paradigm for Community — Gerald A. Minstrel
  • "Bread of the Presence" and Sabbath as Culminating Expressions of Covenant Holiness — Roy Cane
  • The Punishment of the Sabbath Breaker in Numbers 15:32-36 — Daniel K. Bediako
  • The Sabbath in the Psalms and Wisdom Literature — Richard Al. Davidson
  • The Sabbath in the Prophets — Laurentiu G. lonescu and Gerhard Pfandl

Thematic Perspectives

  • The Origin of the Sabbath — Marlin Pröbstle
  • The Sabbath at Creation: Character and Theology — Lad O. Caesar
  • The Sabbath and the New Covenant — Roy Gane
  • The Sabbath in the Old Testament: Day of Rest or Day of Worship? — Elias Brasil de Souza
  • Israelite Festivals, Sabbath Year, Jubilee, and the Sabbath for Christians — Michael Sokupa
  • Chapter 12 Torah's Seven Vibrant Dimensions of Sabbath Rest —Richard M. Davidson

Intertestamental literature

  • The Sabbath at Qumran — Teresa Reeve and Roy Gane
  • The Sabbath in the Apocrypha and the Pscudepigrapha — Daegeuk Nam
  • Title: The Sabbath in the Old Testament and the Intertestamental Period: Implications for Christians in the Twenty-First Century
  • Authors: Daniel K. Bediako, Ekkehardt Mueller
  • Series: Biblical Research Institute Studies on the Biblical Sabbath
  • Volume: 1
  • Publisher: Biblical Research Institute
  • Print Publication Date: 2021
  • Logos Release Date: 2022
  • Pages: 417
  • Era: era:contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Reader Edition
  • Subjects: Sabbath › Biblical Teaching; Sabbath › History; Judaism › History--Post Exilic Period
  • ISBNs: 9780925675330, 9780925675330
  • Resource ID: LLS:SABBATHOTINTER
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-05-10T17:26:41Z

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  1. Ihor Kuryliak

    Ihor Kuryliak

    6/18/2022

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