Seeking the Favor of God: Volume 3: The Impact of Penitential Prayer beyond Second Temple Judaism

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This book represents the third in a series tracing the development of a tradition of prayer that arose in the Jewish Second Temple period. Its critical essays trace the impact of the Second Temple penitential prayer traditions on the development of prayers and thought in rabbinic Judaism and Christianity during late antiquity and the early medieval periods.

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Overview

This book represents the third in a series tracing the development of a tradition of prayer that arose in the Jewish Second Temple period. Its critical essays trace the impact of the Second Temple penitential prayer traditions on the development of prayers and thought in rabbinic Judaism and Christianity during late antiquity and the early medieval periods.

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Mark J. Boda is Professor of Old Testament, McMaster Divinity College, and Professor, Faculty of Theology, McMaster University. He is author of Praying the Tradition: The Origin and Use of Tradition in Nehemiah 9 (de Gruyter) and A Severe Mercy: Sin and Its Remedy in the Old Testament (Eisenbrauns).
Daniel K. Falk is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies and Ancient Judaism and Chair, Department of Religious Studies, at the University of Oregon. He is author of Parabiblical Texts (T&T Clark) and Daily, Sabbath, and Festival Prayers in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Brill).
Rodney A. Werline is Associate Professor and the Marie and Leman Barnhill Endowed Chair in Religious Studies at Barton College, Wilson, North Carolina, and author of Pray Like This (Continuum) and Penitential Prayer in Second Temple Judaism: The Development of a Religious Institution (Scholars Press).

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Table of Contents

Contributors include Paul Bradshaw, Carsten Claussen, Lawrence Fine, Cornelia Horn, Reuven Kimelman, Ruth Langer, Laura Leiber, Robert Phenix, Stefan Reif, Richard Sarason, Bryan Spinks, and Rodney Werline.

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