Giere, S. D. (©2009) A new glimpse of Day Oneintertextuality, history of interpretation, and Genesis 1.1-5 Berlin ; W. de Gruyter,MLA Citation
A new glimpse of Day One [electronic resource] : intertextuality, history of interpretation, and Genesis 1.1-5 /
|Main Author:||Giere, S. D.|
|Published:||Berlin ; W. de Gruyter, ©2009.|
Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche ; Beiheft 172.
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|Topics:||Intertextuality in the Bible. | Jewish religious literature - History and criticism. | Christian literature, Early - History and criticism. | Intertextuality. | Religion. | RELIGION - Biblical Studies - Old Testament. | Bible. Genesis, I, 1-5 - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - History. | Bible. Genesis, I, 1-5 - Comparative studies.|
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|Main Author:||Giere, S. D. (Samuel D.)|
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (xvii, 359 pages).
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 325-341) and indexes.
|ISBN:||9783110224344 (electronic bk.)
3110224348 (electronic bk.)
|Summary:||With Day One, Genesis 1.1-5, as a focus and informed by the understanding that all texts are intertexts, S.D. Giere shapes and employs a method that harnesses the idea of intertextuality for the purpose of exploring the history of interpretation of a biblical text. With a unique compilation of intertexts of Gen 1.1-5, the work explores the intertexual reach of Day One in Hebrew and Greek texts up to c. 200 CE. What emerges is a glimpse of the intertextuality of Day One that provides insight into the complexity of the intertextuality of a biblical text and the relationship of intertextuality and interpretation.
|Notes:||Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)--St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews, 2006.