Johannes de Moor

Johannes de Moor
Protestantse Theologische Universiteit | PThU · Bible (Semitics)

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This book offers a reworked translation of the English book Adam, Eve, and the Devil (Sheffield, 2015) in Dutch for the general public. It describes the Canaanite Myth of Adam, written on two clay tablets from the 13th century BCE, that must have been known to the biblical writes through the channel of folk religion. The biblical authors used the s...
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Bibliography of Professor Johannes C. de Moor up to September 30, 2015
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A number of clay tablets from Ugarit, dating from the late thirteenth century BCE, contains the Canaanite Myth of Adam, and throw new light on the background of the first chapters of Genesis. In these tablets, El, the creator deity, and his wife Asherah lived in a vineyard or garden on the slopes of Mt Ararat, known in the Bible as the mountain whe...
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Like the biblical Job, many people suffer under the silence of God. This book shows that it is enlightening to retrace the origins of the concept of divine speech and silence in the ancient Near East and Greece. © 2011 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands. All rights reserved.
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Dans sa forme presente, la parabole des vignerons homicides en Marc 12:1-12 ne fait pas sens sauf si elle est lue comme une allegorie. Bien qu'elle soit presente dans l'ensemble des evangiles synoptiques, c'est la version de Marc qui est consideree comme la plus proche de la source originale de la tradition synoptique. L'A. affirme que la version d...
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L'inspiration de l'interpretation allegorique du Cantique des cantiques a son origine dans les passages bibliques prophetiques Isaie 5,1, Osee 1-3, Ezechiel 16 et 23. L'A. examine les conceptions de l'Amour de Dieu dans les targumim sur les prophetes
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A partir de la question ouverte sur le Chant de l'agneau dans l'Apocalypse de S.Jean 15,2-3 et des fragments du Tosephta-Targum sur I Samuel 17, qui contient un texte poetique de David comme agneau vainqueur du monstre Goliath, l'arriere-fond juif du Nouveau Testament est ici revele. L'A. fait une etude des fragments du Targum du Chant de l'agneau...
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Two recent books demonstrate the impact of structural poetics on the study of biblical poetry. They both point up the serious shortcomings of that methodology.

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Completing the c.r.manuscript within the next few years.