1 Enoch, Volume 2 (Chapters 37-82): Hermeneia, a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible
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1 Enoch, Volume 2 (Chapters 37-82): Hermeneia, a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible  -     Edited By: Klaus Baltzer
    By: George W.E. Nickelsburg, James C. VanderKam

1 Enoch, Volume 2 (Chapters 37-82): Hermeneia, a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible

Edited By: Klaus Baltzer
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1 Enoch presents interpreters with a complex knot of interrelated puzzles concerning the history of early Judaism, the trajectories of wisdom and apocalyptic traditions, and the role of astronomical observation in cosmological speculation--all tied up with the bewildering history of the book's composition and transmission, in different languages and manuscript traditions, over centuries. Two of the world's preeminent scholars offer masterful judgments on all of these questions out of the erudition gained over long and distinguished careers. The result is a remarkably lucid and accessible commentary that will be the definitive resource on 1 Enoch for decades.

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Title: 1 Enoch, Volume 2 (Chapters 37-82): Hermeneia, a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible
By: George W.E. Nickelsburg, James C. VanderKam
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 640
Vendor: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 9.28 X 8.25 (inches)
Weight: 3 pounds 10 ounces
ISBN: 0800698371
ISBN-13: 9780800698379
Series: Hermeneia Commentary
Stock No: WW698379

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1 Enoch presents interpreters with a complex knot of interrelated puzzles concerning the history of early Judaism, the trajectories of wisdom and apocalyptic traditions, and the role of astronomical observation in cosmological speculation-all tied up with the bewildering history of the book's composition and transmission, in different languages and manuscript traditions, over centuries. Two of the world's preeminent scholars offer masterful judgments on all of these questions out of the erudition gained over long and distinguished careers. The result is a remarkably lucid and accessible commentary that will be the definitive resource on 1 Enoch for decades.

Author Bio

George W. E. Nickelsburgis Emeritus Professor of Religion at the University of Iowa, where he taught for more than three decades. He is the author of seventy articles and several hundred dictionary and encyclopedia entries. Among his many works are Early Judaism and Its Modern Interpreters (co-editor; 1986), Jewish Literature between the Bible and the Mishnah, 2nd ed. (Fortress Press, 2005), and Early Judaism: Texts and Documents on Faith and Piety, Revised Edition (co-editor; Fortress Press, 2009).

James C. VanderKam is John A. O'Brien Professor of Hebrew Scriptures at the University of Notre Dame. He has edited thirteen volumes in the series Discoveries in the Judaean Desert and is a member of the editorial committee for the remaining unpublished Dead Sea scrolls. He is one of the two editors in chief of the Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls (2000) and author of the prize-winning The Dead Sea Scrolls Today (1994), From Revelation to Canon: Studies in the Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Literature (2000), An Introduction to Early Judaism (2001), The Meaning of the Dead Sea Scrolls (2002), and From Joshua to Caiaphas: High Priests after the Exile (Fortress, 2004). Prof. VanderKam is the former editor of the Journal of Biblical Literature.

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