The Social Roots of Biblical Yahwism (2004 Cook), book
The Social Roots of Biblical Yahwism (2004) is a book by Stephen L. Cook.
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Table of contents
The basic features of biblical Yahwism -- The flowering of biblical Yahwism -- Sinai theology in the eighth century B.C.E. -- The place of Jerusalem in southern Sinai theology: promises to Jerusalem and Zion in Micah -- A social-scientific model for excavating the roots of biblical Yahwism -- The social roots of biblical Yahwism I: Micah and the clan elders of Judah -- The social roots of biblical Yahwism II: Hosea and the traditional priests of the Israelite tribes.
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