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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54008
Doc. No:TL23962
Call number:‭3231325‬
Main Entry:Jeffrey Jay Rankin
Title & Author:An intertextual reading of the inclusio around the yhwh mlk psalmsJeffrey Jay Rankin
College:New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:244
Abstract:The purpose of the dissertation was to examine the Pss 95/100 inclusio, as identified by David Howard, from an intertextual perspective, tracing the textual influence of the Pentateuch and Joshua for its rhetorical function in relation to the Adonai Melekh psalms so bounded. In dialogue with postmodern literary theorist Julia Kristeva and Russian formalist Mikhail Bakhtin, a method of incarnational intertextuality was developed in addressing the problem of the roles of author and reader in the production of meaning. Such method approaches the text as a multi-dimensional entity, consisting of word, conceptual, and structural levels, that provides an intertextual matrix for the conversation between author and reader. Individual components of the inclusio were analyzed from these three perspectives, utilizing seven intertextual criteria developed by Richard Hays for textual investigation and the poetic method of Wilfred Watson for structural analysis. The study demonstrated that the primary inter-text for the inclusio was Josh 24, yielding the rhetorical effect of a reapplication of covenant renewal in the liturgical life of post-exilic Israel. Such rhetoric reframed the Adonai Melekh psalms into an apologetic for the superiority of Yahweh as the true subject of Israel's worship.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Inclusio; Intertextuality; Psalms; Yhwh mlk; Bible; 0321:Bible
Added Entry:W. E. Brown
Added Entry:New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary