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Bernon P. Lee

Bernon P. Lee is Assistant Professor of Old Testament in the Department of Religious Studies at Grace College (Winona Lake, Indiana). He holds the MA degree in Religious Studies from the University of Calgary (Alberta, Canada) and the PhD in Theology (Hebrew Scriptures) from the University of St. Michael's College (Toronto School of Theology). The interest of his research is the application of literary theory to the interpretation of law and narrative in the Hebrew Bible.

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Between Law and Narrative

The Method and Function of Abstraction
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0373-3
Aside from being the content of speeches by characters in narrative, how do passages of laws in the Pentateuch interact with the surrounding narratives? This book proposes that certain passages of law in Leviticus and Numbers offer direction for the interpretation of adjacent segments of narrative. This 'direction' may serve to emphasize select themes and concepts in narrative. Alternatively, it may misdirect readers, or suggest alternative options to more accessible interpretations for a stretch of narrative.
$108.00

Between Law and Narrative

The Method and Function of Abstraction
ISBN: 978-1-59333-912-8
Aside from being the content of speeches by characters in narrative, how do passages of laws in the Pentateuch interact with the surrounding narratives? This book proposes that certain passages of law in Leviticus and Numbers offer direction for the interpretation of adjacent segments of narrative. This 'direction' may serve to emphasize select themes and concepts in narrative. Alternatively, it may misdirect readers, or suggest alternative options to more accessible interpretations for a stretch of narrative.
$164.00