Kilchör, Benjamin(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2016)
Although D is generally regarded as older than H, it has often been
observed that H also seems to have affected D. While this impact of
H on D usually has been explained as a late redaction of D, it is argued
in this ...
By approaching the book of Jonah historical-critically, it has been indicated that the book of Jonah
likely dates to the Persian Period (more neutrally the post-exilic period), is a parody on the prophetic
traditions, and ...
Botha, Allan Douglas(University of Pretoria, 1975)
The Introduction includes a review of the salient literature. This shows that
many of the studies amount to an unimaginative treatment; little attention has
been paid to the psychagogic aspects and their influence. The ...
Prinsloo, G.T.M. (Gert Thomas Marthinus)(OpenJournals Publishing, 2016-11-30)
Habakkuk 2:5 is a problematic text. The ‘correctness’ of the Masoretic text’s passage ‘moreover,
the wine is treacherous, an arrogant person – he will not come to rest’ has often been questioned.
The discovery of the ...
Kritzinger, J.P.K.(Cambridge University Press, 2016-09)
This study presents the first translation from Latin to English of the Linnaean dissertation Mundus invisibilis or The Invisible World, submitted by Johannes Roos in 1769. The dissertation highlights Linnaeus's conviction ...
Botha, Philippus Jacobus(OpenJournals Publishing, 2016-08-19)
This article investigates the form and purpose of Psalm 101 from two perspectives: As a
unique composition from the late Persian or early Hellenistic period, and in terms of its
function within the context of Book IV of ...
Kilchör, Benjamin(The Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2015)
In this article, I argue that Deut 25:5-10 has precursors in Leviticus and
Numbers. The subject of levirate marriage picks up the topic of daughters’ right to an
inheritance (Num 27:1-11) and the related problem that ...
The study of the ancient tattooed Mediterranean people from Assyria (circa 3300 BCE-2100 BCE), Egypt (circa 2000 BCE-300 BCE) Nubia (circa 2000 BCE-300 BCE), Israel (circa 1500 BCE-1200 BCE), Greece (circa 510 BCE-323 BCE), ...
Bin Nafisah, Latifah Abdulgani A.(University of Pretoria, 2016)
This research is an exploratory study of ancient and modern perceptions with regard to Muslim female clothing practices. A combination of historical-comparative and social-science research methodology is utilised to determine ...
De Vaal-Stanton, Milda(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2015)
Uncertainty about the meaning of the problematic word compilation
in its specific context in Ruth 4:5 creates a lack of clarity on
the events which take place in Ruth 4. Such lack of clarity is
reflected in the ...
Prinsloo, G.T.M. (Gert Thomas Marthinus)(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2015)
Every human being inevitably experiences illness, loss, failure, and
disappointment. When it happens to a perceived-to-be “righteous”
person, the problem of theodicy arises, the question whether it is
just when deities ...
Potgieter, J.H. (Johan Hendrik), 1952-(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2015)
The heading of Ps 56 connects the psalm with “David,” and
specifically with the time when he was “seized” by the Philistines in
Gath. The psalm can be described as a lament with a strong
emphasis on trust in God and ...
Dunn, Geoffrey D.(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015)
Around the beginning of the fifth century the praetorian prefect for Gaul and
the governor of Viennensis relocated their headquarters from Trier and Vienne
respectively to Arles, which created a dispute between the bishops ...
In this paper, Psalms 9 and 10 are read together from a literary, post-exilic perspective, arguing
that the construct of the ‘enemy’ in this composition primarily serves to strengthen the position
of the righteous. It ...
Psalms 108-110 not only shows a strong use of military language and imagery, but also a clear development can be observed in the military language and imagery. It is this development that supports the argument for the unity ...
Pieterse, Andries Daniel(University of Pretoria, 2015)
Hierdie studie bevestig dat die Metamorphoses verskeie temas bevat wat soms nou met mekaar
verweef is. Die intratekstuele analise toon duidelik aan dat, alhoewel die genre van die
Metamorphoses oorwegend dié van die epos ...
Botha, Philippus Jacobus(OpenJournals Publishing, 2015-09-18)
This article offers a translation of the hymn De Crucifixione 4 by Ephrem, the Syrian
theologian, which forms part of his cycle of hymns for the celebration of Easter. The symbolic
interpretation of particularly the ...
Examining the arrangement of biographical notices in the titles of psalms ascribed to
David reveals that these are not placed haphazardly. Their order and correlation conveys
a message to the reader of the first two ...
At a time when the emphasis in liturgical practice is shifting increasingly away from intellectualisation
towards experiential understanding and connectedness, or embodiment, the church music leader
is presented with new ...
In the words of Jan Willem van Henten (1997:296), the fourth book of Maccabees “presents itself to the reader, from the very beginning of the work, as a philosophical discourse about the dominance of devout reason over the ...