A Biblical Itinerary is dedicated to George Wesley Coats Jr., a former professor of Old Testament at Lexington Theological Seminary, Kentucky and the author of Rebellion in the Wilderness, From Canaan to Egypt, Moses: Heroic Man, Man of God, and other books. The essays collected in this volume reflect many of Coats’ interests.
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- Preface by the editor
- Collection of essays in honor of George Wesley Coats Jr.
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Some Reflections on the Canonical Moses: Moses and Abraham
- Biblical and Early Islamic Moses
- Narrative Form Criticism: Dead or Alive?
- Beyond Reality: Poetic Discourse and Psalm 107
- Redaction Criticism: Whence, Whither, and Why? Or, Going beyond Source and Form Criticism without Leaving them Behind
- Exodus 18: Its Structure, Style, Motifs and Function in the Book of Exodus
- Structure and Meaning in the Sinai-Horeb Narrative (Exodus 19–34)
- From Faithful Prophet to Villain: Observations on the Tradition History of the Balaam Story
- The Missing Voice
- The Futile Quest for the Historical Prophet
- On the Task of Old Testament Theology
- Scripture and the Formation of Christian Identity
- Title: A Biblical Itinerary: In Search of Method, Form and Content
- Editor: Eugene E. Carpenter
- Publisher: Sheffield
- Publication Date: 2009
- Pages: 194
About Eugene E. Carpenter
Eugene E. Carpenter is a professor of Old Testament and Hebrew and a chairperson of the division of religion and philosophy at Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana.