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Category Archives: Zephaniah
I finished Ehud Ben Zvi’s A Historical-Critical Study of the Book of Zephaniah. Ben Zvi believes that there were three stages of the Book of Zephaniah: a compositional stage, a pre-compositional stage, and a post-compositional stage. At the compositional stage, … Continue reading
I’m still reading Ehud Ben Zvi’s A Historical-Critical Study of the Book of Zephaniah. I have two items for today: 1. A topic that Ben Zvi continually discusses in this book is whether or not the prophecies of Zephaniah were … Continue reading
I’m continuing my way through Ehud Ben Zvi’s A Historical-Critical Study of the Book of Zephaniah. I have four items for today: 1. On pages 66-67, Ben Zvi tries to interpret Zephaniah 1:4, which states: “I will also stretch out … Continue reading
In this post, I will talk about an issue that Ehud Ben Zvi discusses in the introduction to A Historical-Critical Study of the Book of Zephaniah. The issue is this: What is the criteria that scholars use to attribute certain … Continue reading
I started Ehud Ben Zvi’s A Historical-Critical Study of the Book of Zephaniah. I blogged about the introduction to this book a while back: see here. What captured my attention was something that Ben Zvi said on page 29. After … Continue reading