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Die Religion des Alten Testaments


Unter den Religionen des Vorderen Orients


The aim of this booklet is to given an account of the nature of the religion of the Old Testament, especially those aspects that differentiate it from other ancient religions. Fitting with the emerging historical-critical Zeitgeist, Marti follows the usual division of Israelite religion into nomadic, peasant, prophetic, and legal religions. Various accoutrements and components of the religious life of antiquity are considered throughout this somewhat contrived course of Israel’s religious development. Written when Assyriology was just beginning to come into its own, Marti still finds the Graf-Wellhausen hypothesis a compelling explanation for the form of the biblical material.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-288-8
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 192
Publication Date: May 20,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 96
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-288-8
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The aim of this booklet is to given an account of the nature of the religion of the Old Testament, especially those aspects that differentiate it from other ancient religions. Fitting with the emerging historical-critical Zeitgeist, Marti follows the usual division of Israelite religion into nomadic, peasant, prophetic, and legal religions. Various accoutrements and components of the religious life of antiquity are considered throughout this somewhat contrived course of Israel’s religious development. Written when Assyriology was just beginning to come into its own, Marti still finds the Graf-Wellhausen hypothesis a compelling explanation for the form of the biblical material. An index provides a handy tool for locating specific topics covered in this volume. Students of ancient religion will not be disappointed with this contribution to the discussion by Marti.

Karl Marti (1855-1925) was a German biblical scholar who taught at the Universities of Bern and Berlin. He was editor of the acclaimed Kurzen Hand-Commentar zum Alten Testament.

The aim of this booklet is to given an account of the nature of the religion of the Old Testament, especially those aspects that differentiate it from other ancient religions. Fitting with the emerging historical-critical Zeitgeist, Marti follows the usual division of Israelite religion into nomadic, peasant, prophetic, and legal religions. Various accoutrements and components of the religious life of antiquity are considered throughout this somewhat contrived course of Israel’s religious development. Written when Assyriology was just beginning to come into its own, Marti still finds the Graf-Wellhausen hypothesis a compelling explanation for the form of the biblical material. An index provides a handy tool for locating specific topics covered in this volume. Students of ancient religion will not be disappointed with this contribution to the discussion by Marti.

Karl Marti (1855-1925) was a German biblical scholar who taught at the Universities of Bern and Berlin. He was editor of the acclaimed Kurzen Hand-Commentar zum Alten Testament.

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Karl Marti

  • VORWORT (page 5)
  • INHALT (page 7)
  • Einleitung (page 9)
  • 1.Die Nomadenreligion (page 21)
  • II.Die Bauernreligion (page 33)
  • III.Die Prophetenreligion (page 50)
  • IV.Die Gesetzesreligion (page 72)
  • Ruckblick und Ausblick (page 89)
  • SACHREGISTER (page 94)