What was authoritative for Chronicles? /

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Other Authors: Ben Zvi, Ehud, 1951-, Edelman, Diana Vikander, 1954-
Format: eBook
Published: Winona Lake, Ind. : Eisenbrauns, 2011.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • One size does not fit all : observations on the different ways that Chronicles dealt with the authoritative literature of its time / Ehud Ben Zvi
  • Judging a book by its citations : sources and authority in Chronicles / Steven J. Schweitzer
  • Chronicles as consensus literature / David A. Glatt-Gilad
  • Chronicles and the definition of "Israel" / Philip R. Davies
  • Ideology and utopia in 1-2 Chronicles / Joseph Blenkinsopp
  • Cracks in the male mirror : references to women as challenges to patrilinear authority in the genealogies of Judah / Ingeborg Löwisch
  • Araunah's threshing floor : a lesson in shaping historical memory / Yairah Amit
  • The Chronicler and the Prophets ; who were his authoritative sources? / Louis Jonker
  • The Chronicler's use of the Prophets / Amber K. Warhurst
  • Rethinking the "Jeremiah" doublet in Ezra-Nehemiah and Chronicles / Mark Leuchter
  • Sociology and the book of Chronicles : risk, ontological security, moral panics, and types of narratives / David J. Chalcraft
  • Chronicles and local Greek histories / Diana Edelman, Lynette Mitchell.