Promise in the ancestral narratives
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Promise in the ancestral narratives a theme of the early Hebrew traditions by Peddi Victor Premasagar

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Published by Christian Literature Society in Chennai .
Written in English


  • Bible. O.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.,
  • Promises -- Biblical teaching.

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Edition Notes

StatementPeddi Victor Premasagar.
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2001/02786, BS680.P68
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 260 p. ;
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6871446M
LC Control Number00403311

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This book doesn't deliver on the promise it title makes. The book actually spends very little time on ancestral healing. Most of it is a superficial treatment of a smattering of related topics such as: near death experience; animal guides; mediumship; automatic writing; quantum physics and the like. :// 2. PROMISE: A second major concept in the patriarchal narratives is that of promise. The promises of God to Abraham in Genesis serve as focal points for the rest of the patriarchal account. 3) COVENANT: A third important theological concept of the patriarchal narratives is related to promise, that is, the idea of :// For the th anniversary of the Mayflower's arrival, a landmark collection of firsthand accounts charting the history of the English newcomers and their fateful encounters with the region's native peoples   Introduction. Genesis, the first book in the Pentateuch, was shaped by a variety of editors over a long period of time from original oral tradition, folklore, compilations of genealogies, and tales about eponymous heroes as a means of providing a literary and political foundation for events in

  Chapter Go Back to the Ancestral House. "Just promise him to raise a small animal for him. Tom is not lonely with a playmate at home." Matthew frowned, looked at Faye and then at Tom, and said worriedly, "But you are pregnant now. If you are infected with bacteria, it is very likely to cause danger to the baby."   Jacob and the Divine Trickster: A Theology of Deception and Yhwh's Fidelity to the Ancestral Promise in the Jacob Cycle [Anderson, John E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jacob and the Divine Trickster: A Theology of Deception and Yhwh's Fidelity to the Ancestral Promise  › Books › Christian Books & Bibles › Bible Study & Reference. This book illuminates sojourn language in Genesis using an innovative application of sociological theory about ethnic myths. sojourn in the itinerary notices --Bolstering ethnic election: sojourn in the promise speeches --Constructing relational ethics: sojourn in sojourn and ethnic identity in the ancestral narratives of Genesis\/span Ancestral Queerness breaks new ground by developing a queer theory applicable to diverse cultures, revealing the bias in previous scholarship on Abraham and Sarah, and opening up new paths of interpretation in their narratives." -- publisher description: Item Description: Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and indexes: ISBN