Like Unto Moses: The Constituting of an Interruption
Indiana University Press, 22 Mei 1995 - 416 halaman
"This exhaustive and important study of the meaning of Moses in the Bible demonstrates conclusively 'the Mosaicization of the canon'... Nohrnberg possesses a remarkable typological imagination. No summary can do justice to the sheer brilliance of the congruities and disparities he discovers on every page." -- Journal of Religion
"LIKE UNTO MOSES proposes a series of challenging perspectives on theprocess of canon-formation in the Bible. James Nohrnberg's ability totrace connections among different elements of the biblical corpus isunflaggingly resourceful, sometimes provocative, and often deeplyinstructive." -- Robert Alter
"... an insightful study of the traditions of Moses in the Bible." -- Choice
"This is a formidably argued, large book.... It is also certainly the most sophisticated book on Moses and one of the most sophisticated readings of the Bible which I have ever had the pleasure of reading.... I think it is a brilliant achievement and would recommend it to every reader of the Bible." -- R. P. Carroll, The Society for Old Testament Study Book List
The Moses of the Bible is a veiled figure who exists both inside and outside the text which describes and defines him. "Moses" is a creation of Israelite literary and scriptural tradition, an ideological construct, a reinvented memory, a projection of what Israel wished to see in Moses. Nohrnberg examines the texts of "Moses" for their representation of the tradition's self-doubt and its revisionary, "deuteronomic" content.
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Moses " is the creation of Israelite literary and scriptural tradition , a reinvented memory , and a projection of what Israel wished to see in Moses ...
... the text , the tradition , and the design and dicta of the One God , of whom Moses was the greatest prophet — and sometime scribe .
A traditional study of a traditional origin , the present essay makes no real contribution to composition history . Nonetheless , my arguments probably have ...
It is in the nature of a tradition to grow outwardly , but also to recoup its development internally ; in this sense , the Bible is a tradition .
The conventions and traditions and schools and voices are surely sources of the ... the activity of developing a tradition or " traceable line " through a ...
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Moralia in Exodum
Prophet unto Pharaoh
The Burden of Egypt
The Genesis of the Exodus
The Exodus and the Numbering
The Exodus and the Visiting
Allegories of Scripture
The Golden Calf and the History of the Priestly
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