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Jörg Jeremias

Studien zum Dodekapropheton II

Gesammelte Aufsätze zu Joel, Obadja, Jona, Micha und Nahum
Hrsg. v. Judith Gärtner u. Friedhelm Hartenstein

[Studies on the Minor Prophets II. Collected Essays on Joel, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, and Nahum.]

2019. VIII, 372 pages.

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The essays compiled in the present volume supplement and deepen Jeremias' commentaries on Joel, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah (2007), and on Nahum (2019). By combining exegetical perspectives on the individual books with insights gained into the genesis of the Dodecapropheton as a whole, the collection is an excellent source of methodological impulses for research on the Book of the Twelve.
Jörg Jeremias has strongly influenced research on the Book of the Twelve in recent decades. His commentaries on Hosea (1983) and Amos (1995) as well as his contributions on the »Beginnings of the Dodekapropheton« (1996) have set standards in the field. The essays compiled in the present volume supplemen and deepen Jeremias' commentaries on Joel, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah (2007), and on Nahum (2019). By combining exegetical perspectives on the individual books with insights gained into the genesis of the Dodecapropheton as a whole, the collection is an excellent source of methodological impulses for research on the Book of the Twelve.
Authors/Editors

Jörg Jeremias Geboren 1939; Studium der Ev. Theologie und orientalischen Sprachen; 1961 Magister (Yale); 1964 Promotion; 1969 Habilitation; 1972–94 Professor für Altes Testament an der LMU München; 1994–2005 Professor für Altes Testament an der Philipps-Universität Marburg; 1992 Ehrendoktor der Universität Klausenburg (Cluj), Rumanien; seit 2005 emeritiert.

Judith Gärtner Geboren 1972; Studium der Ev. Theologie in Münster, Jerusalem und Marburg; 2005 Promotion; 2011 Habilitation; 2013–14 Professorin für Altes Testament und Antikes Judentum an der Universität Osnabrück; seit 2014 Professorin für Altes Testament an der Universität Rostock.

Friedhelm Hartenstein Geboren 1960; Studium der Ev. Theologie, Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie; 1996 Promotion; 2001 Habilitation; 2002–10 Professor für Altes Testament und altorientalische Religionsgeschichte an der Universität Hamburg; seit 2010 Professor für Altes Testament an der LMU München.

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