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This quantity sheds new gentle on an previous and someway complicated textual content, Isaiah 18. although the vast majority of students through the years has looked this bankruptcy tough to completely comprehend, the writer of this quantity demonstrates how Isa 18 might be visible as a coherent entire through exhibiting itself to be an instance of Hebrew rhetoric.
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7) develops the ideas from the ﬁrst scene and brings eschatology into the message. 2. 40 This research will argue against the idea that Isa 18 judges Assyria or Cush/Ethiopia (see the analysis of vv. 5–6 in this book), but it supports the suggestion that Isa 18:1–7 is a text that pronounces a consistent message (of judgement). As already mentioned, no monograph has been published on Isa 18. Two things can be said about the major lines in the his38 The repetition of parts of v. 2 in v. 7 would by scholars working within the framework of Literarkritik be just as much an indication of Fortschreibung of (parts of ) vv.
C. Black, “Keeping up with recent studies XVI. B. Dozeman, “Rhetoric and Rhetorical Criticism. R. Lundbom, Jeremiah (1997) xix–xliii. 1. Two understandings of rhetoric J. 58 Muilenburg himself modestly wanted to suggest rhetorical criticism as a supplement to and an extension of the method form criticism. 59 The diﬀerences seem to relate to two distinct—although not incompatible—understandings of rhetoric. 60 Both understandings exhibit diﬀerent styles and emphases. In the following, I will ﬁrst present Muilenburg’s ideas from his address in 1968 as these are the basis for the methodological approach of Old Testament rhetorical criticism that sees rhetoric as the art of composition.
In the following, I will ﬁrst present Muilenburg’s ideas from his address in 1968 as these are the basis for the methodological approach of Old Testament rhetorical criticism that sees rhetoric as the art of composition. Second, Y. J. Cliﬀord will represent the part of Old Testament rhetorical criticism that understands rhetoric as the art of persuasion. Third, a synthetic approach of the two understandings will be suggested in order to put my own rhetorical approach on the map. a) Rhetoric as the art of composition In his presidential address at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature in 1968, J.
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