Old Testament Theology: Flowering and Future (Sources for Biblical and Theological Study, 1) (Sources for Biblical and Theological Study, 1) (Sources for ... for Biblical and Theological Study, 1)

Ben C. Ollenburger and Elmer A. Martens

Old Testament Theology: Flowering and Future (Sources for Biblical and Theological Study, 1) (Sources for Biblical and Theological Study, 1) (Sources for ... for Biblical and Theological Study, 1)
Old Testament Theology: Flowering and Future (Sources for Biblical and Theological Study, 1) (Sources for Biblical and Theological Study, 1) (Sources for ... for Biblical and Theological Study, 1)

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Categories: OT Theology

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Pages: 544
Publisher: Eisenbrauns
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 1575060965
ISBN-13: 9781575060965

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Denver Seminary Journal December 5, 2009 4.5 5
A collection of classic articles. Revised and updated in 2004 by Ben C. Ollenburger. [Full Review]
Old Testament Theology: Flowering and Future, edited by Ben C. Ollenburger, is a revision of The Flowering of Old Testament Theology: A Reader in Twentieth-Century Old Testament Theology, 19301990, edited by Ben C. Ollenburger, Elmer A. Martens, and Gerhard F. Hasel. Although less than fifteen years has passed since the publishing of the earlier volume, this period has witnessed both new perspectives emerging (half of the new selections are from after 1990) and to a greater degree a new appreciation of previously marginalized voices (half of the new articles predate 1990). Ollenburger provides a brief introduction and notes before each of five major divisions in the collection. In an appendix Johann P. Gablers 1787 inaugural lecture as Professor of Theology at the University of Altdorf, A n Oration on the Proper Distinction between Biblical and Dogmatic Theology and the Specific Objectives of Each, which marks the beginning of the modern discipline of Old Testament theology, is presented. Old Testament theology (as well as biblical theology in general) is a field of study that has been marked from its inception by a lack of methodological clarity. Thus much that has been written in the field focuses on what Old Testament theology should properly be trying to do. [Full Review]

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