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The fate of Saul's progeny in the reign on David, by Cephas T.A. Tushima

Label
The fate of Saul's progeny in the reign on David
Title
The fate of Saul's progeny in the reign on David
Statement of responsibility
by Cephas T.A. Tushima
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Cephas Tushima provides a thorough analysis of the fate of Saul's heirs, focussing on whether their tragedies were due to continuing divine retribution, coincidence, or Davidic orchestration. He concludes that David was unjust and calculating in his dealings with the Saulides and, like other Near Eastern usurpers, perpetrated heinous injustices against the vanquished house of Saul. Traditionally readers saw Saul as evil and David as a hero; but more recently scholars have written about Saul as a tragic character and David as a villain, turning the book of Samuel into deeply contested interpreti
Cataloging source
E7B
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Tushima, Cephas T. A
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • David
  • Saul
  • David
  • Saul
  • David
  • Saul
  • Kings and rulers
  • RELIGION
  • RELIGION
  • Kings and rulers
Label
The fate of Saul's progeny in the reign on David, by Cephas T.A. Tushima
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front cover ; Title page; Contents; Tables; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; Reading Samuel in its Literary Contexts; Samuel and the Torah; Samuel and Deuteronomy; Samuel as a Literary Unity; The So-called Appendix and the Rest of Samuel; The Theme of Justice in Deuteronomistic History; Conclusion; 2. A Survey of the Interpretive History of 1-2 Samuel; An Overview of the History of the Critical Study of Samuel; A Critical Review of Salient Research in Samuel; Hugo Gressmann and Other Early Twentieth-Century German Scholars ; Leonhard Rost; Rolf A. Carlson
  • R.N. WhybrayRobert Polzin; Gillian Keys; V. Philips Long; Steven L. McKenzie; Baruch Halpern; Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman; Walter Brueggemann; Sundry Authors; Conclusion; 3. Narrative Criticism; The Rise of Contemporary Literary Criticism; Introduction to Narrative Criticism; Biblical Narrative and Narrative Art; Narrative Critical Reading of the Bible: Some Reflections; Key Elements in Narrative Criticism; Plot; Characterization; Point of View; Narration; Dialogue; Narrative Gaps; Repetition and Leitwort; Type Scene and Narrative Analogy; Conclusion
  • 4. The Contest for the Succession to the Throne of Saul (2 Samuel 2-4)The Beginning of Civil War (2 Sam 2:1-32); Abner: Conflict, Compact, and Catastrophe (2 Sam 3:1-39); Ishbosheth's Death (2 Sam 4:1-12); Conclusion; 5. David and Michal; Michal in the History of David's Rise; Michal: David's Lover, Trap, Or Savior? (1 Sam 18:17-19:17); Michal Loses David (1 Sam 25:39-44); Michal as David's Victory Tribute (2 Sam 3:12-16); Michal at David's Triumph (2 Sam 6:1-23); The Return of the Ark; Michal at the Window; Michal's Encounter with David; Michal's Childlessness
  • Michal's Sons and Brothers: Pawns in the Dynastic Struggle (2 Sam 21:1-14)The Famine, the Oracle, and Its Outcome; The Execution of the Saulide Seven; Rizpah's Search for Dignity for Her Dead; Conclusion; 6. David and Mephibosheth; Mephibosheth and the Triumphant David; David's Inquiry into Saul's Surviving Progeny (2 Sam 9:1-4); David's Parley with Mephibosheth (2 Sam 9:5-8); David's Instructions to Ziba (2 Sam 9:9-11a); The Epilogue (2 Sam 9:11b-13); Mephibosheth and a Disgraced David (2 Sam 16:1-4); Mephibosheth and a Compromised David (2 Sam 19:25-31; ET 19:24-30); Conclusion
  • 7. An Integrative Reading of Research FindingsA Deuteronomic Evaluation of the Research Findings; Deuteronomy and David in the Civil War Years; Deuteronomy and David and Michal (with Her Sons and Half-Brothers); Deuteronomy and David and Mephibosheth; Reading These Stories of David from a Biblical Theological Perspective; The Torah and David's Story; The Deuteronomistic History and David's Story; The Nature of the Monarchy; Similarities between the Ends of the Saulideand Davidic Dynasties; The Latter Prophets and David's Story; Marriage; Jerusalem; The Davidic Monarchy
Control code
ocn844250766
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 340 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780227900680
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctt1cg7m44
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)844250766
Label
The fate of Saul's progeny in the reign on David, by Cephas T.A. Tushima
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front cover ; Title page; Contents; Tables; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; Reading Samuel in its Literary Contexts; Samuel and the Torah; Samuel and Deuteronomy; Samuel as a Literary Unity; The So-called Appendix and the Rest of Samuel; The Theme of Justice in Deuteronomistic History; Conclusion; 2. A Survey of the Interpretive History of 1-2 Samuel; An Overview of the History of the Critical Study of Samuel; A Critical Review of Salient Research in Samuel; Hugo Gressmann and Other Early Twentieth-Century German Scholars ; Leonhard Rost; Rolf A. Carlson
  • R.N. WhybrayRobert Polzin; Gillian Keys; V. Philips Long; Steven L. McKenzie; Baruch Halpern; Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman; Walter Brueggemann; Sundry Authors; Conclusion; 3. Narrative Criticism; The Rise of Contemporary Literary Criticism; Introduction to Narrative Criticism; Biblical Narrative and Narrative Art; Narrative Critical Reading of the Bible: Some Reflections; Key Elements in Narrative Criticism; Plot; Characterization; Point of View; Narration; Dialogue; Narrative Gaps; Repetition and Leitwort; Type Scene and Narrative Analogy; Conclusion
  • 4. The Contest for the Succession to the Throne of Saul (2 Samuel 2-4)The Beginning of Civil War (2 Sam 2:1-32); Abner: Conflict, Compact, and Catastrophe (2 Sam 3:1-39); Ishbosheth's Death (2 Sam 4:1-12); Conclusion; 5. David and Michal; Michal in the History of David's Rise; Michal: David's Lover, Trap, Or Savior? (1 Sam 18:17-19:17); Michal Loses David (1 Sam 25:39-44); Michal as David's Victory Tribute (2 Sam 3:12-16); Michal at David's Triumph (2 Sam 6:1-23); The Return of the Ark; Michal at the Window; Michal's Encounter with David; Michal's Childlessness
  • Michal's Sons and Brothers: Pawns in the Dynastic Struggle (2 Sam 21:1-14)The Famine, the Oracle, and Its Outcome; The Execution of the Saulide Seven; Rizpah's Search for Dignity for Her Dead; Conclusion; 6. David and Mephibosheth; Mephibosheth and the Triumphant David; David's Inquiry into Saul's Surviving Progeny (2 Sam 9:1-4); David's Parley with Mephibosheth (2 Sam 9:5-8); David's Instructions to Ziba (2 Sam 9:9-11a); The Epilogue (2 Sam 9:11b-13); Mephibosheth and a Disgraced David (2 Sam 16:1-4); Mephibosheth and a Compromised David (2 Sam 19:25-31; ET 19:24-30); Conclusion
  • 7. An Integrative Reading of Research FindingsA Deuteronomic Evaluation of the Research Findings; Deuteronomy and David in the Civil War Years; Deuteronomy and David and Michal (with Her Sons and Half-Brothers); Deuteronomy and David and Mephibosheth; Reading These Stories of David from a Biblical Theological Perspective; The Torah and David's Story; The Deuteronomistic History and David's Story; The Nature of the Monarchy; Similarities between the Ends of the Saulideand Davidic Dynasties; The Latter Prophets and David's Story; Marriage; Jerusalem; The Davidic Monarchy
Control code
ocn844250766
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 340 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780227900680
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctt1cg7m44
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)844250766

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