Monotheism and Yahweh's appropriation of Baal / by James S. Anderson.

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Published
  • London, England ; New York, New York : Bloomsbury T&T Clark 2015
Physical description
1 online resource (158 p.)
ISBN
  • 0-567-66395-7
  • 0-567-66396-5
Notes
  • Description based upon print version of record.
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
  • Other format: Also issued in print.
  • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. [London] : Bloomsbury Publishing, ©2020. Available in PDF format. Description based on contents viewed 20 March 2020.
  • English
  • Available in electronic full text to members of the University via the Library web catalogue.
  • Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed June 22, 2015).
Contents
  • FC; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1. Monotheism Paradigms: A History of the Discussion; Chapter 2: Textual and Artefactual Evidence for a Native Pantheon; Chapter 3: Three Categories of Appropriation; Chapter 4: Baal; Chapter 5: Polemical Appropriation of Baal; Chapter 6: Appropriation through Implied Polemics and non-Polemical Transference; Chapter 7: Mapping the Rise of Monotheistic Yahwism; Bibliography; Index of Biblical References; Index of Subjects; Index of Authors
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Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Electronic books.
  • History.
  • text
  • UK eLD e-books
Language
  • English

Summary

  • Biblical scholarship today is divided between two mutually exclusive concepts for about the emergence of monotheism, an early-monotheistic Yahwism paradigm and a native-pantheon paradigm. The study identifies five main stages on Israel's journey towards monotheism. Rather than deciding whether Yahweh was originally a god of the Baal-type or of the El-type, this work shuns origins and focuses instead on the first period for which there are abundant sources, the Omride era. Non-biblical sources depict a significantly different situation from the Baalism the Elijah cycle ascribes to King Achab.

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University of Bradford: J B Priestley Library
British Library: General Reference Collection, St Pancras Reading Rooms YC.2015.a.10900
British Library: General Reference Collection, St Pancras Reading Rooms DRT ELD.DS.414739
University of Cambridge Libraries: University Library: South Wing, Floor 3 40:01.c.10.617
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University of Oxford Libraries: Bodleian Library M15.E03978
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