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Introduction to intertextuality by George…

Introduction to intertextuality

by George Wesley Buchanan

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Recognizing that Midrash in the Bible has become a topical method of research, and indeed it has now gained the title "intertextuality", this book contains examples of the way Midrash is discovered and recognized in the Hebrew Scripture and in the New Testament. The examples given illustrate the significance of insights gained from this kind of study and the philosophy that prompted ancient prophets, Psalmists, wisdom writers, and authors of New Testament gospels, letters, essays, and sermons to compose literature in the way they did. Buchanan compares the exegesis of Isaiah to the exegesis of the 20th-century preacher.

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