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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52620
Doc. No:TL22574
Call number:‭1461646‬
Main Entry:Ted D. Manby
Title & Author:An exigetical study of Leviticus 26: Mosaic covenantal laws, blessings, and curses with implications for the reading of selected Old Testament canonical booksTed D. Manby
College:Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Date:2008
Degree:Th.M.
student score:2008
Page No:317
Abstract:The Introduction of this work provided background, historical, and textual information about Leviticus 26 as well as a detailed outline of this text. This Bible chapter revealed the corporate human responsibility of the chosen nation to obey Yahweh's covenant and the plan of a Sovereign God in response to their obedience and disobedience. Chapter 1 provided an exegesis of Lev 26:1–3, 14–15, 34–35, 43, and 46. It also examined the usage of the Hebrew term for the “Sabbath(s)” and the four Hebrew legal terms found in Leviticus 26 throughout the Hebrew Bible. Chapter 2 presented an exegesis of Lev 26:9–13, 40–45. It also analyzed the conceptual usage of the Hebrew term for “covenant” in the Hebrew Bible. It concluded that covenants always formalize and deepen relationships. Chapter 3 offered an exegesis of Lev 26:3–13 which stated that the blessings promised to Israel for obedience to the Mosaic covenantal stipulations included life, vitality, fruitfulness, many descendants, a powerful national defense, and extremely prosperous agricultural endeavors. This chapter concluded by comparing the blessings promised in Leviticus 26 with those in Deuteronomy 28. Chapter 4 provided an exegesis of Lev 26:14–39 which delineated the coming chastisements for Israel's disloyalty to Yahweh and their violations of the Mosaic covenant. These corrective measures are in five intensifying levels of curses designed to bring Israel to repentance. This chapter compared the curses listed in Leviticus 26 with those in Deuteronomy 28. Chapter 5 gave an exegesis of Lev 26:40–45 which revealed the future hope for the ethnic people of Israel. This chapter also compared the coming restoration promised in Leviticus 26 with the expanded promises of Deuteronomy 30. Chapter 6 analyzed the Baptist tradition regarding the moral law and the Sabbath and discussed the use of Historical Theology. It also summarized the importance of familiarity with Leviticus 26 for exegeting other selected Old Testament canonical books. This was illustrated by portraying the dependence of the book of Amos on Leviticus 26. Leviticus 26 should be studies because it is a critical background text for many of the Former and Latter Prophets who used this text in their inspired writings as covenant enforcers. Therefore, effort should be made to be aware of this prior text when studying later biblical authors who are quoting or alluding to Leviticus 26.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Language, literature and linguistics; Ancient languages; Biblical studies; Theology; 0321:Biblical studies; 0289:Ancient languages; 0469:Theology
Added Entry:M. Rooker
Added Entry:Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary