The land is mine : six biblical land ideologies Norman C. Habel


"Norman C. Habel identifies six discrete ideologies in the Hebrew Bible regarding land: royal, agrarian, theocratic, prophetic, ancestral household, and immigrant." = Norman C. Habel identifie six idéologies dans l'Ancien Testament concernant la terre : royale, agraire, théocratique, prophétique, propriétaire, immigrante.

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Habel, Norman C.
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Fortress press,
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Overtures to biblical theology
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Table des matières

  • Index of Scripture references
  • Index of Hebrew Terms
  • Index of authors
  • Index of subjects
  • Editor's foreword
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • Chapter 1: Orientation and approach
    • The focus of this book
    • Selecting literary units
    • Reading ancient texts today
    • The audience in the text
    • Discerning a biblical ideology
    • Categories of analysis
    • Summary and implications
  • Chapter 2: Land as the source of wealth: a royal ideology
    • Wisdom and wealth
    • Land and wealth
    • Land as empire
    • Monarch in heaven and monarch on earth
    • The just monarch and land rights
    • Summary
  • Excursus on nah*alah
  • Chapter 3: Land as conditional grant: a theocratic ideology
    • YHWH, the landowner
    • Land as gift
    • The land as good
    • The land treaty
    • The levites and the land
    • Land rights and justice
    • Summary
  • Chapter 4: Land as family lots: an ancestral household ideology
    • Land allotment
    • YHWH, owner of the land
    • The vision and reality of conquest
    • Joshua, the ideal leader
    • An ancestral household ideal
    • Rights and resistance
    • Summary
  • Chapter 5: Land as YHWH's personal nah*alah: a prophetic ideology
    • YHWH's own nah*alah
    • Polluting God's land
    • The suffering land
    • Redeeming the land
    • A new order in the land
    • Summary
  • Chapter 6: Land as sabbath bound: an agrarian ideology
    • Landowner and land tenure
    • The land sabbath
    • The law of jubilee
    • Security and loss of tenure
    • The social order in the land
    • Summary
  • Chapter 7: Land as host country: an immigrant ideology
    • The migration narrative
    • The promise charter
    • The land covenant
    • Land rights and peaceful relations
    • The god of the land
    • Summary
  • Chapter 8: Comparisons, conclusions, and implications
    • Dominant images of the land
    • Location and function of God
    • Charters justifying entitlement
    • The locus of power and rights to the land
    • Rights of the land
    • Implications
  • Table of land ideology, classification grid
  • Bibliography


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