Isaiah's Kingship Polemic: An Exegetical Study in Isaiah 24-27

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Mohr Siebeck, 2014年11月19日 - 269 頁
William D. Barker analyzes a wide array of possible ancient Near Eastern backgrounds to Isaiah 24-27. He finds that there is a uniquely Ugaritic background to the chapters, with evidence of a literary framework and narrative progression that has been intentionally adopted and creatively adapted from either the Ba'al Myth (KTU 1.1-1.6) itself or a shared tradition between ancient Ugarit and ancient Israel. Barker also closely examines Isaiah 24-27 in the light of the Ugaritic material and thereby contributes to the resolution of some of the historic questions about the interpretation, genre, dating, and function of Isaiah 24-27. A new epithet for the chapters is also proposed.
 

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B Historical Background and Date of Composition
4
A New Consensus for Interpreting Isaiah 2427
10
The Baal Myth in its Ugaritic Context
17
Cosmogonic Interpretations of the Baal Myth
23
n and Ancient Near Eastern Underworld Deities
30
Egyptian Underworld Deities
50
The Ugaritic Underworld Deity
59
E Conclusions about nip and Ancient Near Eastern Underworld Deities
68
B Mehen and Apophis or Apep in Egypt
142
Litan in Ugarit
151
Isaiahs Leviathan in the Light of the Ancient Near East
168
Evidence of Ugaritic Influence in Plutarchs De Iside et Osiride
174
Lexical Evidence of the Ugaritic Background
177
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Isaiah 28 and the Marzéah
206
Bibliography
219

B Comparing Ancient Near Eastern Banqueting Practices
89
General Conclusions
101
The Marzêah Tradition in Isaiah 2427
115
P Conclusions
127

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