Jobling’s second volume of The Sense of Biblical Narrative has essays on Genesis and the concept of myth, political theory, and Israel’s theoretical geography. He focuses on narrative analysis, close readings of the Scripture passages, and test cases.
- Thorough examination of key Old Testament passages
- Includes indexes, notes, and charts
- Myth and Its Limits in Genesis 2:4b-3:24
- Deuteronomic Political Theory in Judges and 1 Samuel 1-12
- 'The Jordan a Boundary': TransJordan in Israel's Ideological Geography
- Title: The Sense of Biblical Narrative: Structural Analyses in the Hebrew Bible, Vol. 2
- Author: David Jobling
- Publisher: JSOT
- Publication Date: 1986
- Pages: 156
About David Jobling
David Jobling is from England and earned his Ph.D from Union Theological Seminary. He teaches in Canada.