Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies Hardback

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Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies

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This collection of essays explores questions that challenge the traditional notion of a wisdom tradition among the Israelite literati, such as: Is the wisdom literature a genre or mode of literature or do we need new terminology? Who were the tradents? Is there such a thing as a "wisdom scribe" and what would that look like? Did the scribes who composed wisdom literature also have a hand in producing the other "traditions," such as the priestly, prophetic, and apocalyptic, as well as other non-sapiential works? Were Israelite sages open to non-sapiential forms of knowledge in their conceptualization of wisdom? n

Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies by Mark Sneed was published by SBL Press in August 2015. The ISBN for Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies is 9781628371000.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherSBL Press (August 2015)
Weight666g
Number of Pages338
Thickness22 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9781628371000
ISBN-101628371005
Product Code4370714
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