Central sanctuary and centralization of worship in ancient Israel

from the settlement to the building of Solomon"s temple
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StatementPekka Pitkänen.
SeriesGorgias dissertations -- v. 5
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 371 p. :
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ISBN 101931956162

$ Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel: From The Settlement To The Building Of Solomons Temple Hardcover – Janu by P. Pitkanen (Author)Author: P. Pitkanen. Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel (Gorgias Dissertations; Near Eastern Studies; 5) Paperback – Ap Author: Pekka Pitkänen.

Description. This book provides the first ever major reinvestigation and reinterpretation of the history and theology of centralization of worship in ancient Israel since de Wette and Wellhausen in the 19th century.

Based on these scholars' classic interpretation of the history and theology of centralization of worship in ancient : Pekka Pitkanen. This book provides the first major reinvestigation and reinterpretation of the history of centralization of worship in ancient Israel since de Wette and Wellhausen in the nineteenth century.

Old Testament scholarship has thus far relied on the consensus that the book of Deuteronomy is the product of late monarchic Judah (7th century BC).

Central sanctuary and centralization of worship in ancient Israel from the settlement to the building of Solomon's temple by Pekka Pitkänen. Published by Gorgias Press in Piscataway, NJ. Written in EnglishCited by: 5. Central sanctuary and centralization of worship in ancient Israel: from the settlement to the building of Solomon's temple.

This book provides the first major reinvestigation and reinterpretation of the history of centralization of worship in ancient Israel since de Wette and Wellhausen in the nineteenth century.

Based on these scholars' classic interpretation of the. Pitkänen, Pekka M A ORCID: () Central sanctuary and the centralization of worship in ancient Israel from the settlement to the building of Solomon's Temple: A historical and theological study of the biblical evidence in it's archaeological and ancient near eastern context.

PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire. Summary: This book provides the first major reinvestigation and reinterpretation of the history of centralization of worship in ancient Israel since de Wette and Wellhausen in the nineteenth century. Old Testament scholarship has thus far relied on the consensus that the book of Deuteronomy is the product of late monarchic Judah (7th century BC).

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By Pekka M A Pitkänen Get PDF (16 MB)Author: Pekka M A Pitkänen. Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel: From the Settlement to the Building of Solomon s Temple (Paperback) by Pekka Pitkänen, Pekka Pitkanen, Pekka Pitkã¤Nen Paperback, Pages, Published Pages: Ancient Worship in Israel—Before the Israelites.

Biblical Archaeology Society Staff Ma 5 Comments views Share. A new exhibit of a large treasure trove at Haifa’s National Maritime Museum is offering a glimpse of Canaanite cultic practices that existed when the Israelites arrived in the Holy Land.

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2 day shipping options As Woudstra observes, Pages: Central sanctuary and the centralization of worship in ancient Israel from the settlement to the building of Solomon's Temple: a historical and theological study of the biblical evidence in its archaeological and ancient Near Eastern contextCited by: 1.

The Centralization of Worship in the Deuteronomistic History The historical books of the Old Testament are heavily influenced by the book of Deuteronomy. The “centralization of worship in one place” of Deut. 12 alone illustrates the influence of one chapter to the whole Deuteronomistic History (Joshua to 2 Kings).

Part 1. Temples and High Places in Israel and the Canaanite World 1.

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Like Deities, Like Temples (Like People), Mark S. Smith, Skirball Professor of Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, New York University 2.

Massebot in the Israelite Cult: An Argument for making Implicit Cultic Criteria Explicit, Elizabeth Bloch-Smith, Senior staff member on the Tel Dor. The author guides the reader through the themes, central texts, prayers, festivals, and practices of that worship.

He sees throughout the Old Testament a central emphasis on worship as a In an engaging style--characteristic of the author, Walter Brueggemann--this Essential Guide describes the leading motifs of ancient Israel's worship 4/5.

Pekka Pitkänen is Senior Lecturer in Humanities (Theology and Religion—Old Testament/Hebrew Bible) at the University of Gloucestershire.

He is the author of Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel (Gorgias Press, ), Joshua (IVP, ) and recently “Pentateuch-Joshua: A settler colonial document of a supplanting society”, Settler Author: Pekka M A Pitkänen. emphasis upon a central sanctuary) served as the basis of Josiah's reforms.

Heater helps explain their reasoning: Since Deuteronomy (chaps. 12, 14, and 16 in particular) seems to limit all worship to one locale, and since the actual practice of worship from the judges to File Size: 40KB.

Ancient Israelite House Illustration of a House of a Commoner in Israel. This sketch of a village home in ancient Israel. The commoners house contain only one room for the whole family.

They all lived happily on one hard mud floor (2 Samuel ), they would raise the family, and sleeps through the night in this one room. Sanctuary. In the Old Testament the word miqdas [] (from qds, "holy, " implying a distinction between space that is "sacred" versus "profane") commonly refers to the worship "sanctuary" (e.g., Exod ), where the Israelites offered their various kinds of offerings and sacrifices to the Lord under the supervision of the in English, however, where the word "sanctuary.

The Sanctuaries at Dan and Bethel by Jonathan S. Greer According to the biblical book of Kings, Jeroboam I, the first ruler of the newly seceded northern kingdom of Israel, established two sanctuaries to rival the temple of Solomon in Jerusalem: Dan, along his northern border, and Bethel, along his southern border not far from Jerusalem.

The Deuteronomic History and the Book of Chronicles. Biblical Interpretation 21 (): – Review of Pekka Pitkänen, Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel: From the Settlement to the Building of Solomon’s Temple.

Themelios 30/2 (): 59– Lectures & Papers Presented. The Book of Mormon indicates that Lehi offered sacrifices outside the vicinity of the Jerusalem temple after a 3 day journey. Some critics of the Book of Mormon have claimed this action by Lehi violated the law of Moses, which some have interpreted instructed ancient Israelites to not offer sacrifice outside of the temple.

However, a recent reexamination of this. Harding University Bible - J. Bowling Quiz 4 10/4/16 Source: Zondervan Quizzes and Deut & Joshua from Canvas.

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Josiah. Some of the reasons he advocated were, he said, to gather all Israel together annually to one sanctuary would have been impracticable in the time of Hezekiah, Manasseh, or Josiah.

If it was a requirement that all Israel go to the central sanctuary, keying on the centralization of worship, the one sanctuary for. He is the author of Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel () and Joshua (). His main area of specialization is the study of the sacred texts of Christianity (OT/HB) in the context of the ancient world and from a number of perspectives including archaeology, sociology, and anthropology.

system of worship in ancient Israel from a multiplicity of altars, taking over worship from the Canaanites. Then in the time of Josiah it moved from multiplicity of altars to one central sanctuary—the centralization of worship.

He combines this literary analysis with that kind of idea, the development of Israel in the centralization of worship. • Centralized worship. Deuteronomy 12 is important for the later Deuteronomistic editors because of its insistence upon the centralization of worship.

When Jeroboam revolted and established the northern kingdom of Israel, he needed to set up shrines in Bethel and Dan as rival sanctuaries to the Jerusalem temple.

cult centralization, which is so prominently expressed in Deuteronomy (especially in chapt 14, and 16), fits in the geographical context of Israel. Therefore, this issue seems to be worth reconsideration, and this will be the main focus of the following article.

The idea of cult centralization appears for the first time in Deut Cited by: 1.The Expositor's Bible Commentary notes: "It is later called the 'Book of the Covenant' (v. 30) which suggests Exodus (cf. ). Yet the curses that the book contained (v.

24) suggests Leviticus 26 and Deuteronomy 28; and the ensuing stress on the central sanctuary (2 Kings ) implies Deuteron etc.Miano-Western Civ 1 Quiz 2. God of ancient Israel and Judah. Josiah. King of Judah, who was known for his religious reforms, including the centralization of worship in Jerusalem.

Davidic Covenant. Political idea from ancient Judah that stated that God gave the family line of David the right to rule, as long as they obeyed God's decrees.