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Studies in wisdom literature
Papers read at the Ou-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap in Suider-Afrika at the University of Pretoria, 1972, and at the University of South Africa, 1973.
|Statement||editor W.C. van Wyk.|
|Series||OTWSA. Old Testament studies -- 15 & 16, OTWSA. Old Testament essays -- 15 & 16|
|Contributions||Van Wyk, W.C.,|
|LC Classifications||BS1455 Z72V36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
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The Introduction of the study of Wisdom Literature deals with the corpus of Hebew wisdom books incorporated in the Canon of Old Testament, as well as other pieces of Jewish wishdom literature compiled in the period of the Second by: 7.
Scholars today are still very interested in wisdom literature, but the form itself can be traced back through the ages. Some of the most ancient texts are considered tracts on wisdom. Proverbs and instruction from Mesopotamia date back to BCE. The Instructions of Suruppak is a well known Sumerian wisdom text.
Tim and Jon discuss the Wisdom Literature in the Bible: the books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job. All of these books are wrestling with a particular set of questions. Bartholomew and O’Dowd divide the focus of the book into three sections.
Chapters are an establishment of the context for the book, including an introduction to wisdom literature as wisdom, a survey of the world of ancient (i.e. Egypt, Mesopotamia, Israel, etc.), and the genre of poetry/5(13).