David McLain Carr

Langue :anglais
Note :
Professeur d'Ancien Testament, Union theological seminary, New York, N.Y. (en 2003)
Autre forme du nom :David M. Carr
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0003 7468 0128

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Auteur du texte4 documents

  • The erotic word

    sexuality, spirituality, and the Bible

    Description matérielle : 1 vol. (X-212 p.)
    Description : Note : Notes bibliogr.
    Édition : Oxford : Oxford university press , 2003

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb399757400]
  • The formation of the Hebrew Bible

    a new reconstruction

    Description matérielle : xii, 524 p.
    Description : Note : Includes bibliographical references (p. 493-502) and indexes
    Édition : New York : Oxford University Press , c2011

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb42587110j]
  • Holy resilience

    the Bible's traumatic origins

    Description matérielle : 1 vol. (X-322 p.)
    Description : Note : Bibliogr. p. 303-306. Index
    Abstract : "Human trauma gave birth to the Bible, suggests eminent religious scholar David Carr. The Bible's ability to speak to suffering is a major reason why the sacred texts of Judaism and Christianity have retained their relevance for thousands of years. In his fascinating and provocative reinterpretation of the Bible's origins, the author tells the story of how the Jewish people and Christian community had to adapt to survive multiple catastrophes and how their holy scriptures both reflected and reinforced each religion's resilient nature. Carr's thought-provoking analysis demonstrates how many of the central tenets of biblical religion, including monotheism and the idea of suffering as God's retribution, are factors that provided Judaism and Christianity with the strength and flexibility to endure in the face of disaster. In addition, the author explains how the Jewish Bible was deeply shaped by the Jewish exile in Babylon, an event that it rarely describes, and how the Christian Bible was likewise shaped by the unspeakable shame of having a crucified savior"
    Édition : New Haven (Conn.) : Yale university press

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb45550789k]
  • Writing on the tablet of the heart

    origins of Scripture and literature

    Description matérielle : xiv, 330 p.
    Description : Note : Includes bibliographical references (p. [307]-317) and indexes
    Abstract : This book explores a new model for the production, revision, and reception of Biblical texts as Scripture. David Carr argues that in ancient Israel, Biblical texts and other texts emerged as a support for an educational process in which written and oral dimensions were integrally intertwined
    Édition : New York : Oxford University Press , 2005

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb399757284]

Éditeur scientifique1 document

  • A gift of God in due season

    essays on Scripture and community in honor of James A. Sanders

    Description matérielle : 302 p.
    Description : Note : Articles en anglais ou français. - Bibliogr. de J. A. Sanders p. 274-285. Notes bibliogr. Index
    Édition : Sheffield : Sheffield academic press , cop. 1996
    Éditeur scientifique : Richard D. Weis

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb37032349m]

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  • A gift of God in due season : essays on Scripture and community in honor of James A. Sanders / ed. by Richard D. Weis and David M. Carr, 1996

Autre forme du nom

  • David M. Carr

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