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David in Love and War: The Pursuit of Power in 2 Samuel 10-12 (review)

David in Love and War: The Pursuit of Power in 2 Samuel 10-12 (review) semitisms, the inner-Greek corruptions, the omissions, and the awkward Greek of the Greek witnesses to the Acts of Thomas to demonstrate that it was originally written in Syriac. G. W. E. Nickelsburg discusses the rationale for preserving 1 Enoch and an Ezekiel Apocryphon in Christian codices, for example, Codex Panopolitanus and Chester Beatty Papyrus XII. The chief rationale was an interest in the resurrection of the dead and the coming judgment. The Ezekiel text may have been included for potential converts to the eschatological community of the pious and the righteous. D. Levenson presents a bibliographical review of all documents from the fourth to the fourteenth centuries as well as sixteenth-century Jewish accounts that speak of Julian's attempt to rebuild the Jerusalem temple in 363 CEo Phillip R. Callaway 949 0' Hara Court Jonesboro, GA 30236 DA VID IN LOVE AND WAR: THE PURSUIT OF POWER IN 2 SAMUEL 10-12. By Randall C. Bailey. JSOTSup 75. Pp. 214. Sheffield: JSOT, 1990. Cloth, $45.00. The book is a revised dissertation that was written at Emory University under the direction of David M. Gunn. Although its focus is on 2 Samuel 10-12, this work makes a significant contribution toward the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hebrew Studies National Association of Professors of Hebrew

David in Love and War: The Pursuit of Power in 2 Samuel 10-12 (review)

Hebrew Studies , Volume 33 (1) – Oct 5, 1992

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semitisms, the inner-Greek corruptions, the omissions, and the awkward Greek of the Greek witnesses to the Acts of Thomas to demonstrate that it was originally written in Syriac. G. W. E. Nickelsburg discusses the rationale for preserving 1 Enoch and an Ezekiel Apocryphon in Christian codices, for example, Codex Panopolitanus and Chester Beatty Papyrus XII. The chief rationale was an interest in the resurrection of the dead and the coming judgment. The Ezekiel text may have been included for potential converts to the eschatological community of the pious and the righteous. D. Levenson presents a bibliographical review of all documents from the fourth to the fourteenth centuries as well as sixteenth-century Jewish accounts that speak of Julian's attempt to rebuild the Jerusalem temple in 363 CEo Phillip R. Callaway 949 0' Hara Court Jonesboro, GA 30236 DA VID IN LOVE AND WAR: THE PURSUIT OF POWER IN 2 SAMUEL 10-12. By Randall C. Bailey. JSOTSup 75. Pp. 214. Sheffield: JSOT, 1990. Cloth, $45.00. The book is a revised dissertation that was written at Emory University under the direction of David M. Gunn. Although its focus is on 2 Samuel 10-12, this work makes a significant contribution toward the

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