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Extra info for The World of Genesis: Persons, Places, Perspectives (Jsot Supplement Series, 257)
Clark, 1930), p. 229; A. Richardson, Genesis 1-11: The Creation Stories and the Modern World View (London: SCM Press, 1953), p. 126; Fokkelman, Narrative Art, pp. M. Sasson, "The Tower of Babel" as a Clue to the 42 The World of Genesis to the place where God is living: it is a part of the created universe. R"l in combination with towers or large edifices occur elsewhere in the Hebrew Bible as figurative language to describe edifices of impressive high proportions (Deut. 28 These data, the occurrences of D'W in Genesis 1-11 and of Q^QCD EJKH in Deuteronomy, make it very plausible that Gen.
I am helped by thinking about them even when I do not reach definitive answers. The story still functions to shape me as someone who belongs to God, even (especially) when it is ambiguous or puzzling. II That reading of Genesis 2-3 was not devised as a postmodern one, but I realized that it is. First, it is playful rather than solemn. This is not to say it is not serious. Indeed, it is much more serious than many solemn but trivial studies of aspects of the text or attempts to access earlier stages of its history.
Marks; Philadelphia: Westminster, 1972), p. E. Gowan, When Man Becomes God: Humanism and Hybris in the Old Testament (Pittsburgh: Pickwick Press, 1975), pp. P. Hamilton, The Book of Genesis 1-177 (NICOT; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990), pp. 261-72. 29. From a comparative perspective one may point at the Neo-Babylonian text on the building of the tower of E-temen-an-ki, in which the same formula is used: 'Marduk ordered me to construct the tower with the top reaching the heaven'. 60-62 (ANET, p. 69): 'The first year they molded its bricks.
The World of Genesis: Persons, Places, Perspectives (Jsot Supplement Series, 257) by Philip R. Davies, David J. A. Clines