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Christians and Bibles
Author: Zipora Talshir
ISBN: 0884140067
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Pages 312 pages
Publisher Scholars Pr (1999)
Language English Greek
Category: Christians and Bibles
Rating: 4.3
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Format Paperback Subject Religion Fundamentalism Publisher Society of Biblical Literature. ISBN13:9781589831643.

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Published by Society of Biblical Literature (1999). ISBN 10: 1589831640 ISBN 13: 9781589831643.

1 Esdras: From Origin to Translation. Academic journal article Journal of Biblical Literature. 1 Esdras: From Origin to Translation. Talshir contends that neither of these options is entirely correct but that 1 Esdras represents a section deliberately lifted from miah and adapted specifically for the purpose of accommodating the Story of the Three Youths (1 Esd 3:1-5:6), which is therefore the book's raison d'etre. The book likely began with Josiah's Passover, but its ending has probably been broken off. The continuity of Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah predates I Esdras.

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The book of Ezra-Nehemiah thus mutes the signals sent by NM's use of genre indicating that the authority for Nehemiah's reforms, which were essential to Jerusalem's restoration, derived not from Israelite tradition or from the will of the people, but from the power of Judah's imperial masters.

Ralph W. Klein, "Zipora Talshir, I Esdras: From Origin to Translation," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 62, no. 3 (July 2003): 226-227.

I Esdras: From Origin to Translation by Zipora Talshir (pp. 226-227).

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