Hezekiah in History and Tradition

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BRILL, 03.05.2012. - 367 страница
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The Judean monarch Hezekiah remains one of the most significant figures in biblical studies. For all of his greatness, however, there is little about him that may be stated with certainty. This study provides a detailed reexamination of this enterprising ruler. It commences with data outside the biblical text from Assyrian records and ancient Near Eastern archaeology which may be brought to bear in reconstructing the historical Hezekiah, and subsequently proceeds to augment this picture based on his portrayal in the books of Kings, First Isaiah, and Chronicles. Its focus is on those issues that either remain contentious in biblical scholarship, or else have been resolved into a general consensus that needs to be called into question.
  

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Introduction
1
Part One Hezekiah via ExtraBiblical Material
7
Chapter One Regnal Years and Lineage
9
Chapter Two The Kingdom of Judah
35
Chapter Three Sennacheribs Third Campaign
61
Part Two Hezekiah in the Book of Kings and First Isaiah
89
Chapter Four The Religious Reform
91
132019 and Isa 3639
123
Chapter Eight The Historical Reliability of 2 Chr 3132
235
Chapter Nine Hezekiah as a Second DavidSolomon
257
Summary and Future Directions
285
131937
295
1419
299
Bibliography
301
Author Index
335
Scripture Index
343

Chapter Six The Mesianic Oracles in First Isaiah
151
Part Three Hezekiah in Chronicles
193
Chapter Seven The Historical Reliability of 2 Chr 2930
195

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Robb Young received his Master's degree in The Bible and Its World from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2004), and his Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible from Yale University (2011).

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