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Biblical Theology of Exile

ISBN-10: 0800632249
ISBN-13: 9780800632243
Edition: 2002
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Book details

Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers
Publication date: 8/19/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Editor's Foreword
Abbreviations
Preface
Biblical Theology: On Matters of Methodology
The Emergence of Diasporic Theology
Questioning Nationalism in Cultural and Postcolonialist Studies
On a Theology of Exile
Violence and Exegesis: The History of Exile
The Shadows of Empire: The Exegesis of Violence as Theological Context
The Problem of Assessing the Importance of the Exile in Biblical Studies
Persian Authorization of the Pentateuch?
Resistance in the Persian Period
The Culture of Permission and the Royal Correspondence of Ezra 1-7
Summary: Ezra-Nehemiah, Religious Resistance, and Persian Authorization?
The Myth of the Empty Land: Doubts about the Exile
The Shadow of Empire: A Survey of Recent Literature
A Theology of Victims of Exile
The Status and Treatment of the Exiled Community
Listening to Cries from Babylon: On the Exegesis of Suffering in Ezekiel and Lamentations
Ezekiel, Lamentations, and Refugee Studies
A Survey of Refugee and Disaster Studies in Preparation for Reading Ezekiel and Lamentations
Ezekiel on the Couch?
Trauma Studies and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Ezekiel the Refugee
The Sign-Actions of Ezekiel: Reading Ezekiel with Lamentations
The Language of Lament: Does Literary Stereotype Mean Historical Nonexistence?
Preliminary Conclusions
Shame and Transformation: On Prayer and History in the Diaspora
A Sociology of Deuteronomistic History?
Penitential Prayer in the Postexilic Period
A Social Function of Shame?
Israelite Mission and Human Transformation
The Universalism of Late Isaiah Texts
Universalism in Jonah
"Purity" as Nonconformity: Communal Solidarity as Diaspora Ethics
The Exile and Theologies of "Community"
Who Is "We"? Some Observations on the Biblical Vocabulary of Community
Issues of Community Formation after the Exile
The Priestly Theology of Policing the Boundaries: Purity and Social Solidarity
Purity and Nonconformity: Ezra as an Amish Elder
The Wisdom Warrior: Reading Wisdom and Daniel as Diasporic Ethics
On Tricksters and Wise Men
Reading Wisdom in Diaspora and Occupied Palestine
Ecclesiastes: Dark Humor in Occupied Palestine?
Rereading Proverbs from Below
The Wisdom Warrior: Diasporic Cleverness over Imperial Brute Strength
The Wisdom Warrior: An Ideal Type in Wisdom Literature
Daniel as the Wise Warrior
"And Daniel Laughed..." - Diasporic Nonviolence: Laughing at the State
Toward a Diasporic Christian Theology: The Theology of Tobit and Daniel Revisited
The Postcolonialist Mandate of the Church in Exile
Social Elements of a Christian Diasporic Theology
Index of Biblical Passages

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