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Ascribe to the Lord: Biblical and Other Essays in Memory of Peter C. Craigie
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Ascribe to the Lord: Biblical and Other Essays in Memory of Peter C. Craigie

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Sheffield Academic Press 1988

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Overview

This volume contains dozens of scholarly essays written and published in honor of Peter Craigie, who died on September of 1985. Cragie wrote seven books and more than forty articles at the time of his death at the age of forty seven years of age, and he influences a generation of biblical scholars. As a prolific writer and an astute scholar, Craigie wrote in the field of Old Testament studies. The essays in this volume were written by his students, and testify to his influence in the field.

Contributors to this volume include:

  • “The Lesson of Proverbs 26:23,” H. H. P. Dressler
  • “Genealogy and History in Ancient Israel,” W. E. Aufrecht
  • “Word of God and Word of Man: Prophets and Canon,” G. Auld
  • “Has Yahweh Cursed the Ground? Perplexity of Interpretation in Genesis 1–5,” E. Combs
  • “Psalm 88 Among the Complaints,” R. C. Culley
  • “A Change of Heart: 1 Samuel 16,” L. Eslinger
  • “Pursuit of the Inscrutable: A Literary Analysis of Psalm 23,” C. M. Foley
  • “The Two Faces of Job: Imagery and Integrity in the Prologue,” R. W. E. Forrest
  • “On Evil in the Book of Job,” J. C. L. Gibson
  • “Israel in the Song of Deborah,” J. Gray
  • “On Taking Renewal Seriously: 1 Samuel 11:1–15,” R. Polzin
  • “Can a Doctrine of Providence be Based on the Old Testament?” J. Rogerson
  • “The Two Earliest Known Representations of Yahweh,” J. G. Taylor
  • “The Light and the Dark,” S. Walters
  • Many more!

Product Details

  • Title: Ascribe to the Lord: Biblical and Other Essays in Memory of Peter C. Craigie
  • Author: Lyle Eslinger
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 654

About Lyle Eslinger

Lyle Eslinger received his Ph. D. from McMaster University. He is Professor of Western Religions at the University of Calgary.

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