Sense and Sensitivity: Essays on Reading the Bible in Memory of Robert Carroll
In this collection of studies to the memory of Robert Carroll, and reflecting his interests in prophecy, ideology, and reception history, are contributions from Graeme Auld, John Ashton, Alice Bach, Hans Barstad, Joseph Blenkinsopp, Athalya Brenner, David Clines, Johann Cook, Robert Davidson, Philip Davies, Sean Freyne, Norman Gottwald, Lester Grabbe, John Halligan, Alastair Hunter, David Jasper, William Johnstone, Gabriel Josipovici, Francis Landy, Heather McKay, Stephen Prickett, Hugh Pyper, Stefan Reif, John Sawyer, Robert Setio, Yvonne Sherwood, Carol Smith, and Johanna Stiebert.
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- Explores the themes of Ideologiekritik and Rezeptionsgeschichte
- Addresses issues of religious politics covering both the role of church and synagogue in Biblical Studies
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: Sense and Sensitivity: Essays on Reading the Bible in Memory of Robert Carroll
- Editors: Alastair G. Hunter and Philip R. Davies
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Publication Date: 2002
- Pages: 505
About the Editors
Philip R. Davies is a professor of biblical studies at the University of Sheffield, UK.
Alastair G. Hunter is a senior lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament studies at the University of Glasgow, UK.