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Restoring the right relationship : the bible on divine righteousness / Mark A.O'Brien ; cover design by Astrid Sengkey.

By: O'Brien, Mark A, 1945- [author.].
Contributor(s): Sengkey, Astrid [cover designer.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hindmarsh, South Australia : ATF Theology, 2014Copyright date: �2014Description: 1 online resource (344 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781922239990; 1922239992; 1922239968; 9781922239969; 1922239976; 9781922239976; 1922239984; 9781922239983.Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament | Bible. Old Testament | Righteousness -- Biblical teaching | Justice -- Biblical teaching | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Old Testament | RELIGION -- Judaism -- Sacred Writings | RELIGION -- Theology | Justice -- Biblical teaching | Righteousness -- Biblical teachingGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Restoring right relationship : the bible on divine righteousness.DDC classification: 221 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Divine Righteousness in the Torah/Pentateuch -- Deuteronomy 32 -- Book of Genesis -- Book of Exodus -- Books of Leviticus and Numbers -- Book of Deuteronomy --gPart Two Divine Righteousness in the Former Prophets/Historical Books -- In the Books of Joshua and Judges -- In the Books of Samuel -- In the Books of Kings -- Kings 2:1-4 assures Solomon of blessing and prosperity as long as he remains loyal to God 'as it is ... -- Divine Righteousness in the Latter Prophets -- Book of Isaiah -- Books of Jeremiah and Ezekiel -- Book of the Twelve Prophets -- Divine Righteousness in the Writings -- The Psalter -- Book of Job -- Concluding Remarks.
Summary: Annotation A leading biblical scholar, Hans Heinrich Schmid, believes that righteousness, or the right order of the world, is 'the fundamental problem of our human existence'. It is a key theme in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament's theology of creation and salvation, along with associated themes such as justice, steadfast love/loyalty, truth/ fidelity, compassion/mercy, sin and disorder/chaos. A number of studies of righteousness have been undertaken but most have tended to focus on Israel's call to be righteous, as voiced in particular in the Prophetic Books and the Psalter. In contrast, this book focuses on divine righteousness as the basis for all other notions of righteousness, as this is outlined in the foundational teaching or revelation of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament-- namely, the Torah or Pentateuch. It then undertakes a study of how righteousness in the Prophetic Books, the Psalter and the Book of Job relates to this foundational teaching.
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Part One Divine Righteousness in the Torah/Pentateuch -- Deuteronomy 32 -- Book of Genesis -- Book of Exodus -- Books of Leviticus and Numbers -- Book of Deuteronomy --gPart Two Divine Righteousness in the Former Prophets/Historical Books -- In the Books of Joshua and Judges -- In the Books of Samuel -- In the Books of Kings -- Kings 2:1-4 assures Solomon of blessing and prosperity as long as he remains loyal to God 'as it is ... -- Part Three Divine Righteousness in the Latter Prophets -- Book of Isaiah -- Books of Jeremiah and Ezekiel -- Book of the Twelve Prophets -- Part Four Divine Righteousness in the Writings -- The Psalter -- Book of Job -- Concluding Remarks.

Annotation A leading biblical scholar, Hans Heinrich Schmid, believes that righteousness, or the right order of the world, is 'the fundamental problem of our human existence'. It is a key theme in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament's theology of creation and salvation, along with associated themes such as justice, steadfast love/loyalty, truth/ fidelity, compassion/mercy, sin and disorder/chaos. A number of studies of righteousness have been undertaken but most have tended to focus on Israel's call to be righteous, as voiced in particular in the Prophetic Books and the Psalter. In contrast, this book focuses on divine righteousness as the basis for all other notions of righteousness, as this is outlined in the foundational teaching or revelation of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament-- namely, the Torah or Pentateuch. It then undertakes a study of how righteousness in the Prophetic Books, the Psalter and the Book of Job relates to this foundational teaching.

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