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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55172
Doc. No:TL25126
Call number:‭3171575‬
Main Entry:Melinda Lee Thompson
Title & Author:A literary investigation of *relationship in Leviticus 19Melinda Lee Thompson
College:Luther Seminary
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:164
Abstract:Provides a literary reading of Leviticus 19, an investigation that seeks to demonstrate how the relationships outlined in Leviticus 19 provide the basis for the definition of “holy” in the Old (and New) Testament. Focuses on a detailed outline of chapter 19 as the starting-point for a discussion of what holiness is and how it may be maintained in relationships with God, the community, and the self. Chapter One introduces the setting and structure of the chapter, including definitions. Chapter Two explores why Leviticus 19 is generally ignored in modern Christian interpretation, and provides a hermeneutic for interpreting Leviticus 19 as relevant Christian Scripture. Chapter Three applies this hermeneutic to Leviticus 19 as a whole, working from the author's translation of the Hebrew. Chapter Four reviews the findings of the previous chapters and provides a brief study of how Leviticus 19 is used in the New Testament. Written mainly from the standpoint of literary criticism as it has been practiced in the early and mid-20th century. A more specific label for this approach would be rhetorical criticism. Focuses mostly on rhetoric as composition, while recognizing that the composition of any piece of literature plays a large role in the effectiveness of persuading its intended audience.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Holiness; Leviticus; Relationship; Bible; Theology; 0321:Bible; 0469:Theology
Added Entry:F. J. Gaiser
Added Entry:Luther Seminary