3 edition of Judah and the Judeans in the Fourth Century B.C.E. found in the catalog.
2007 by Eisenbrauns .
Written in English
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Ben-Hadad attacked Ijon, Dan, and many important cities of the tribe of Naphtaliand Baasha was forced to withdraw from Ramah. Eventually, however, they began to accept the necessity of judgment and exile, and realized that, though justified, this was not God's final word. Especially jarring is the lack of interest in God's promise to David of an eternal dynasty 2 Samuel 7; 1 Chronicles 17and only Hattush Ezra is mentioned as of the Davidic line, despite Zerubbabel's Davidic descent 1 Chronicles and prominent place in the building of the temple. His struggle against the community's mixed marriages was also decidedly political, though Nehemiah used scriptural references drawn from Deuteronomy 7; 23; and 1 Kings 11 to combat marriages contracted for economic reasons among the upper classes. In each, return and reconstruction authorized by the Persian crown meet with opposition eventually overcome with God's help.
What's It About? Land is allocated to the tribes by lottery. Nehemiah 5 depicts an economic situation that threatened to destroy the people. In Judah some kings are good and enforce the worship of Yahweh alone, but many are bad and permit other gods, even in the Holy Temple itself, and at length Yahweh allows Judah to fall to her enemies, the people taken into captivity in Babylonthe land left empty and desolate, and the Holy Temple itself destroyed. Several complete jars were found in situ buried under a destruction layer caused by Sennacherib at Lachish. Moses prophesies that if the Israelites disobey the Torah, Yahweh will cause a global exile in addition to the minor one prophesied earlier at Mount Sinai, but at the end of days Yahweh will gather them back to Israel from among the nations when they turn back to the Torah with zeal.
Wright pp. The Ethiopians were pursued all the way to Gerarin the coastal plain, where they stopped out of sheer exhaustion. Nehemiah 5 depicts an economic situation that threatened to destroy the people. Nehemiah frequently prays during the intensifying opposition to his mission that he experienced ;9; as well as upon first hearing of the sorry state of Jerusalem while in Susa a. The religion and culture of Jews. This call for separation already appears in Ezra when the overtures of foreign worshipers of Yahweh are rejected
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The postexilic period witnessed the reestablishment of the Jewish religious community in Jerusalem and the implementation of the Torah. A raid by PhilistinesArabs and Ethiopians looted the king's house and carried off all of his family except for his youngest son, Ahaziah of Judah. According to the books of ChroniclesAbijah and his people defeated them with a great slaughter, so thatchosen men of Israel fell slain  after which Jeroboam posed little threat to Judah for the rest of his reign and the border of the tribe of Benjamin was restored to the original tribal border.
Part two contains a significantly smaller selection of articles, less than half the number in part one, and unfortunately feels like something of an afterthought in this volume. The structure built in Jerusalem in B.
Relating to the period in Judean history following the Babylonian exile — B. Today, many scholars believe that Ezra and Nehemiah come from a different hand than Chronicles and that various older traditions have been gathered together and edited by a postexilic editor, though these may include an autobiographical section written by Ezra ; They are led by a column of cloudwhich ignites at night and becomes a pillar of fire to illuminate the way, southward through the desert until they come to Mount Sinai.
Through Assyria's Eyes Of or relating to ancient lower Mesopotamia and its empire centered in Babylon. Again, in accordance with the previous missions, this task is met with considerable opposition from the surrounding peoples ; the opposition is overcome and the project ends with a joyful celebration Shame plays an important role in Nehemiah.
Of or relating to ancient lower Mesopotamia and its empire centered in Babylon. Asa took gold and silver from the Temple and sent them to Ben-Hadad Iking of Aram-Damascusin exchange for the Damascene king canceling his peace treaty with Baasha.
Many commentators are troubled by the placement of Ezra's reading of the law in the book of Nehemiah Nehemiah b and seek to restore its proper placement in the Ezra memoir between Ezra 8 and 9, which better suits the chronological sequencing.
Jewish tradition identifies Ezra as the author of 1 and 2 Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah. Today, Jews and Samaritans both recognize each other as communities with an authentic Israelite origin.
This is striking, compared with Chronicles, often seen as a part of the same history of Israel, where David dominates the narrative and often replaces the exodus in parallel passages in Samuel and Kings. Then, Ezra describes the activity of Ezra the scribe B. Jeconiah and his court and other prominent citizens and craftsmen, along with a sizable portion of the Jewish population of Judah, numbering about 10,  were deported from the land and dispersed throughout the Babylonian Empire 2 Kings Three similarly structured episodes follow: return and reconstruction of the temple under Zerubbabel Ezra ; return and reconstruction of the community under Ezra ; and then, under Nehemiah, return and reconstruction of the walls Nehemiah a.
In the days of the Judges, charismatic leaders were raised up to govern the people. A more neutral alternative to "Old Testament. Israel and Judah were in a state of war throughout Rehoboam 's seventeen-year reign. Pharaoh refuses and Yahweh strikes the Egyptians with a series of horrific plagues, wonders, and catastrophesafter which Pharaoh relents and banishes the Hebrews from Egypt.
A broad, diverse group of nations ruled by the government of a single nation. Since they thought of themselves as "slaves" to the Persian crown Nehemiah and no Davidide had occupied the throne for several generations, one can understand their position.
In both Ezra and Nehemiah, mixed marriage is seen as a serious sin that threatens the community. The set of Biblical books shared by Jews and Christians. View more Deut 25When you have had children and children's children, and become complacent in the land, if you act corruptly by making an idol in the form of anything, thus do The book has a tremendous wealth of data and interpretive research, and thus will no doubt be a focal point in future discussions and research concerning the early part of the Jewish Exile, which has also now been addressed by R.
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