God's Conflict with the Dragon and the Sea

Echoes of a Canaanite Myth in the Old Testament

Author: John Day

Publisher: CUP Archive

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Category: Religion

Page: 233

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Dr Day examines God's conflict with a dragon and the sea in the Old Testament.

The Gentleman's Magazine

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Category: Early English newspapers

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The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.

Another Seed

Studies in Gnostic Mythology

Author: Gedaliahu A. Guy Stroumsa

Publisher: Brill Archive

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Category: Religion

Page: 195

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1 Peter, Jude and 2 Peter (Sacra Pagina)

Author: Donald Senior

Publisher: Liturgical Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 318

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The three short New Testament letters treated in 1 Peter, Jude and 2 Peter illustrate the problems early Christians faced, as well as the rhetorical techniques and theological concepts with which they combated those problems.

The Flood Myth

Author: Alan Dundes

Publisher: Univ of California Press

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Category: Social Science

Page: 452

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Essays discuss the account of the Flood in Genesis, and compare flood myths from around the world

Angels

An Indexed and Partially Annotated Bibliography of Over 4300 Scholarly Books and Articles Since the 7th Century B.C.

Author: George J. Marshall

Publisher: McFarland

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Category: Social Science

Page: 485

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In the 1990s alone, more than 400 works on angels were published, adding to an already burgeoning genre. Throughout the centuries angels have been featured in, among others, theological works on scripture; studies in comparative religions; works on art, architecture and music; philological studies; philosophical, sociological, anthropological, archeological and psychological works; and even a psychoanalytical study of the implications that our understanding of angels has for our understanding of sexual differences. This bibliography lists 4,355 works alphabetically by author. Each entry contains a source for the reference, often a Library of Congress call number followed by the name of a university that holds the work. More than 750 of the entries are annotated. Extensive indexes to names, subjects and centuries provide further utility.

1 Enoch: Chapters 1-36, 81-108

Author: George W. E. Nickelsburg

Publisher: Fortress Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 617

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The first exhaustive commentary on this work since 1773 1 Enoch is one of the most intriguing books in the Pseudepigrapha (Israelite works outside the Hebrew canon). It was originally written in Aramaic and is comprised of several smaller works, incorporating traditions from the three centuries before the Common Era. Employing the name of the ancient patriach Enoch, the Aramaic text was translated into Greek and then into Ethiopic. But as a whole, it is a classic example of revelatory (apocalyptic) literature and an important collection of Jewish literature from the Hellenistic and Roman periods. This volume represents the culmination of three decades' work on the Book of 1 Enoch for Nickelsburg. He provides detailed commentary on each passage in chapters 1-36 and 81-108, and an introduction to the full work. The introduction includes sections on overviews of each of the smaller collections, texts and manuscripts, literary aspects, worldview and religious thought, the history of ideas and social contexts, usage in later Jewish and Christian literatures, and a survey of the modern study of the book. (Volume 2 will cover chapters 37-80 and will be written by Nickelsburg and James VanderKam.)

The Origin of Satan

Author: Elaine H. Pagels

Publisher: Random House Incorporated

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Category: Religion

Page: 214

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A study on the role of the devil in biblical and modern times theorizes that dissident social groups that resisted Christianity, such as Jews and Pagans, were typically portrayed as demons and therefore established as threats. 35,000 first printing.