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Das Heiligtum und das Gesetz: Studien zur Bedeutung der sinaitischen Heiligtumstexte (Ex 25-40; Lev 8-9) (review)

Das Heiligtum und das Gesetz: Studien zur Bedeutung der sinaitischen Heiligtumstexte (Ex 25-40;... ticular societies demands explanations that must rest on a broader social and cultural base than simply theology. If van der Toom's volume, then, is not definitive, it is certainly provocative, as well as infonnative, on a wide and significant range of topics for Biblicists, Assyriologists, and others interested in the ancient Near East. It marks an unusually auspicious beginning for the author's career, and happily the wish for more such studies is already being answered (e.g., "L'oracle de victoire comme expression prophetique au Proche-Orient ancien," RB 94 [1987]:63-97). Peter Machinist University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Ml48109 77. pp. 320. Freiburg Schweiz: UniversiUUsverlag I Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1988. Cloth. DAS HEILIGTUM UND DAS GESETZ: STUDIEN ZUR BEDEUTUNG DER SINAITISCHEN HEILIGTUMSTEXTE (EX 25-40; LEV 8-9). By Helmut Utzschneider. Orbis biblicus et orientalis This is the Munich "Habilitationsschrift" of Dr. Utzschneider whose doctoral dissertation was on the book of Hosea (published in 1980, aBO 31). The subtitle of this new monograph may be somewhat misleading for the book does not examine the importance of the sanctuary texts of Exodus and Leviticus but rather examines their meaning, purpose, and origin. According to Utzschneider, these chapters, produced after the destruction of the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hebrew Studies National Association of Professors of Hebrew

Das Heiligtum und das Gesetz: Studien zur Bedeutung der sinaitischen Heiligtumstexte (Ex 25-40; Lev 8-9) (review)

Hebrew Studies , Volume 31 (1) – Oct 5, 1990

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ticular societies demands explanations that must rest on a broader social and cultural base than simply theology. If van der Toom's volume, then, is not definitive, it is certainly provocative, as well as infonnative, on a wide and significant range of topics for Biblicists, Assyriologists, and others interested in the ancient Near East. It marks an unusually auspicious beginning for the author's career, and happily the wish for more such studies is already being answered (e.g., "L'oracle de victoire comme expression prophetique au Proche-Orient ancien," RB 94 [1987]:63-97). Peter Machinist University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Ml48109 77. pp. 320. Freiburg Schweiz: UniversiUUsverlag I Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1988. Cloth. DAS HEILIGTUM UND DAS GESETZ: STUDIEN ZUR BEDEUTUNG DER SINAITISCHEN HEILIGTUMSTEXTE (EX 25-40; LEV 8-9). By Helmut Utzschneider. Orbis biblicus et orientalis This is the Munich "Habilitationsschrift" of Dr. Utzschneider whose doctoral dissertation was on the book of Hosea (published in 1980, aBO 31). The subtitle of this new monograph may be somewhat misleading for the book does not examine the importance of the sanctuary texts of Exodus and Leviticus but rather examines their meaning, purpose, and origin. According to Utzschneider, these chapters, produced after the destruction of the

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Published: Oct 5, 1990

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