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The intertextuality of Zechariah 1-8

Michael R. Stead

The intertextuality of Zechariah 1-8

by Michael R. Stead

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Published by T & T Clark in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Zechariah I-VIII -- Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Intertextuality in the Bible

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael R. Stead.
    SeriesLibrary of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies -- 506, T & T Clark library of biblical studies, Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies -- 506., T & T Clark library of biblical studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1665.52 .S74 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 312 p. :
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23972858M
    ISBN 100567291723
    ISBN 109780567291721
    LC Control Number2009293687

    Zechariah Bible Rank: 2, On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, and the Mount of Olives will be split in two from east to west, forming a great valley, with half of the mountain moving north and half moving south. The book of Zechariah is Narrative History, Prophetic and Apocalyptic in genre. It is a post-exilic book, meaning it was written after (post) the return from captivity (exile) in Babylon. The prophet Zechariah wrote chapters approximately B.C. (Before the temple completed), and then wrote chapters approximately B.C.

    A Summary of Zechariah: So, for the last year and a few weeks, we’ve grown accustomed to turning our attention to the book of unfortunately we came to the end of that book and now we need to move on to something else.. And as I prayed, a few different possibilities were in my mind. Finally, it seemed that the Lord had placed a specific book in my mind as the next subject of our study.   Author: Zechariah identifies the author of the Book of Zechariah as the Prophet Zechariah. Date of Writing: The Book of Zechariah was likely written in two primary segments, between and B.C. Purpose of Writing: Zechariah emphasized that God has used His prophets to teach, warn, and correct His people. Unfortunately, they refused to listen.

    A Chapter-by-Chapter Study of the Old Testament Book of Zechariah 3 Back to the Future (An Introduction to the First Six Chapters of Zechariah) Zechariah was an Old Testament Prophet. He was given a burning in his heart, by God, to move the Jewish people from their comfortableness to hard work. Addresses the issues of date of composition, structure, historical background, and the main features of Zechariah –6, –, and – Petersen, David L. “Zechariah, Book of (Zechariah 9–14).” In The Anchor Bible Dictionary. Edited by D. N. Freedman, – New York: Doubleday, E-mail Citation» Discusses the.


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The intertextuality of Zechariah 1-8 by Michael R. Stead Download PDF EPUB FB2

Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these traditions, in applying them to a post-exilic context.

This fact means that Zechariah is situated in a dual context - the literary context of Cited by: 7. The Intertextuality of Zechariah (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) [Michael R.

Stead, Andrew Mein, Claudia V. Camp] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these.

Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these traditions, in applying them to a post-exilic context.

This fact means that Zechariah is Pages:   About The Intertextuality of Zechariah Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these traditions, in applying them to a post-exilic context.

Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these The intertextuality of Zechariah 1-8 book, in applying them to a post-exilic : Paperback.

The Intertextuality of Zechariah - Michael R. Stead - Google Books Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various. Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls ‘the former prophets' - and creatively combines these traditions, in applying them to a post-exilic context.

An enquiry that addresses the manner in which "Zechariah" invokes/re-activates/re-applies the words of the 'former prophets' that raises important issues related to prophecy and fulfilment, history and eschatology, and the development of 'apocalyptic'.

About The Intertextuality of Zechariah Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these traditions, in applying them to a post-exilic context.

Zechariah New International Version (NIV) A Call to Return to the Lord. 1 In the eighth month of the second year of Darius, the word of the Lord came to the prophet Zechariah son of Berekiah, the son of Iddo: 2 “The Lord was very angry with your ancestors.

3 Therefore tell the people: This is what the Lord Almighty says: ‘Return to me,’ declares the Lord Almighty, ‘and I will. Zechariah is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these traditions, in applying them to a post-exilic context.

Bible Book List. Font Size. Zechariah King James Version Update. 8 I saw by night, and behold a man riding upon a red horse, and he stood among the myrtle trees that were in.

Michael R. Stead's primary objective in The Intertextuality of Zechariah 1–8 is to argue that intertextual references to antecedent biblical literature in Zech 1–8 largely determine its meaning.

by night—The Jews begin their day with sunset; therefore the night which preceded the twenty-fourth day of the month is meant (Zec ). a man—Jehovah, the second person of the Trinity, manifested in man's form, an earnest of the incarnation; called the "angel of Jehovah" (Zec12), "Jehovah the angel of the covenant" (Mal ; compare Ge with Zec ; Ge with Zec The essays examine the book of Zechariah itself as well as its subsequent interpretation by a number of other writers, Jewish and Christian.

The essays raise important issues in relation to the influence of biblical texts in subsequent literature and also the broad area of 'intertextuality'' and the way in which later texts relate to and use. Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible.

ZECHARIAH CHAPTER 8. The restoration of Jerusalem, Zechariah The people are encouraged to build the temple by a promise of God’s blessing, Zechariah Truth and justice required of them, Zechariah ,Joy and enlargement of the church promised, Zechariah Again, or And, Heb.; as the word of reproof in the former.

To the Lord God, His people are collectively His Son's beloved bride (Revelation ), and what happens to us, affects Him—deeply. He says in Verses of this chapter in Zechariah: "Then the word of the Lord of hosts came, saying, Thus says the Lord of hosts, 'I am exceedingly jealous for Zion, yes, with great wrath I am jealous for her.'.

Over the centuries, the prophetic book of Zechariah has suffered from accusations of obscurity and has frustrated readers seeking to unlock its treasures. This work by Mark Boda provides insightful commentary on Zechariah, with great sensitivity to its historical, literary, and theological dimensions.

Including a fresh translation of Zechariah from the original Hebrew, Boda delivers deep. The Intertextuality of Zechariah Bloomsbury T&T Clark. Michael R. Stead. zech zechariah yahweh temple jer isa ezek intertextuality prophets jerusalem The Book of Zechariah in Social Location Trajectory Analysis (Sbl - Academia Biblica) (Sbl - Academia Biblica) Byron G.

Curtis. zech vv. — God’s ultimate purpose is not changed concerning His people, the land, and Jerusalem. 3 — Jerusalem will be the world capital (Isaiah ).

— His people will dwell in Jerusalem. — The remnant from Babylon are to hear the prophets Haggai and Zechariah in view of the perspective of the glorious future. R. Stead, The Intertextuality of Zechariah 1 –8 (LHBOTS, ; New York and London: T & T Clark, ), – 2 For Jeremiah 30 – 33 as a unit, see M.

Biddle, “The Literary FrameAuthor: Elie Assis.Zec - I saw by night, and behold a man riding upon a red horse, and he stood among the myrtle trees that were in the bottom; and behind him were there red horses, speckled, and white.

Zec And the angel that talked with me said unto me, I will shew thee what these be.And when we open to this chapter, we see what is possibly the last of Zechariah’s night visions. There might be one more after this one, but at the very least, we’re getting toward the end of the visions.

And so, let’s read Zechariah and then we’ll get into the details of each verse. [Read Zec ] What Zechariah Sees | 1.