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view of women found in the Deuteronomic family laws
|Series||Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft -- 216|
|LC Classifications||BS410, BS1275.6.W7|
E.g., Carolyn Pressler, The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws (New York: de Gruyter, ); and Cheryl B. Anderson, Women, Ideology, and Violence: Critical Theory and the Construction of Gender in the Book of the Covenant and the Deuteronomic Law (London: T&T Clark, ).Cited by: 1. It is clear, however, that the view of forcible violation found within the Deuteronomic family laws differs from the view of forcible violation held by contemporary American legislation in some essential ways.”  (emphasis added) Pressler continues.
View of Women Found i n the Deuteronomic Family Laws (BZAW , Berlin-New York, ), pp. 21 Idolatry: Deut. vii 25f., xii 15; xvii 4 (cf. xii 31), xx 18, xxv Author: Eyal Regev. The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws (): ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Web. Fleishman, Joseph. “The Delinquent Daughter and Legal Innovation in Deuteronomy Xxii ” Vetus Testamentum (): Web. Edenberg, Cynthia.
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The view of women found in the Deuteronomic family laws. [Carolyn Pressler] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Analysis of the view of women found within the Deuteronomic family laws.
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Analysis of the View of Women Found Within the Deuteronomic Family Laws --Conclusions --Sources Consulted. Series Title: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für. In any case, the motive clause seems to indicate that while the law provides a way for the man to marry a captive woman and later to divorce her if he no longer desires her, it sees the marriage or the divorce as in some way VIOLATING HER.” (The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws [Walter de Gruyter – Berlin – New York.
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Cheryl Anderson examines the laws relating to women that are found in the Book of the Covenant and the Deuteronomic law. She argues that the laws can be divided into those that treat women similarly to men (defined as 'inclusive' laws) and those that treat women differently ('exclusive' laws).
She then suggests that the exclusive laws, which construct gender as male. were concerned with restricting male authority. See Alexander Rofe, "Family and Sex Laws in Deuteronomy and the Book of Covenant," Henoch 9 (): (cf.
in Hebrew in BeitMiqra 22 : ); Carolyn Pressler, The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws. See also, C. Pressler, The View of Women Found in The Deuteronomic Family Laws (Berlin: de Gruyter ), This idea is found already in Philo (Spec.
 J. Hallett, Fathers and Daughters in Roman Society: Women and the Elite Family. The Deuteronomic Code is the name given by academics to the law code set out in chapters 12 to 26 of the Book of Deuteronomy in the Hebrew Bible.
The code outlines a special relationship between the Israelites and Yahweh and provides instructions covering "a variety of topics including religious ceremonies and ritual purity, civil and criminal law, and the conduct of war". ISRAELITE LAW: PERSONAL STATUS AND FAMILY LAW.
Biblical laws concerning personal status may relate to individuals as members of larger segments of society (slaves, poor, aliens, women), or they may govern relations between persons in a household, as in laws governing the treatment of slaves, and those stipulating the relations between members of the family.
Women in Deuteronomy—And Beyond Rabbi Shai Held The Torah’s laws are frequently stated from a thoroughly patriarchal perspective: They reﬂect a society in which men hold the bulk of power in family and society. In important ways, however, the laws found in Deuteronomy seem somewhat different from the laws in Exodus.
(): 1–22; and Carolyn Pressler, The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws, BZAW (Berlin: de Gruyter, ), 21– 2 Questions regarding the applicability of the term to biblical texts center on the lack rape of an ancient equivalent to the modern concept of consent.
Kawashima argues that the lack of. The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft Book ) See Pressler, Carolyn 's discussion of “rape” in Deuteronomic law versus in “contemporary American legislation,” in The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws (Berlin: de Gruyter, ), 37 n.
46; see also “Sexual Violence and Deuteronomic Law,” in A Feminist Companion to Exodus to Deuteronomy, ed. Brenner, Athalya Cited by: 4. Reconciliation in Deuteronomy. The view of women found in th e Deuteronomic family laws (BZAW ).
Many of these injunctions are related. See, Carolyn Pressler, The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws (BZAW ; Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, ), 15 n. 18; Eryl Davies, “The Meaning of pî šәnaîm in Deuteronomy ” VT (): – AbstractIt is commonly held in recent scholarship that biblical law, like the.
and presented a more thorough critique of the prevailing view of the book.4 This article will more speciﬁcally focus on the laws of release in Deuter-onomy 15 in order to account for the unique aspects of the laws in that chapter as compared to earlier books.
I File Size: 91KB. The Covenant Code, or Book of the Covenant, is the name given by academics to a text appearing in the Torah, at Exodus ; or, more strictly, the term Covenant Code may be applied to Exodus Biblically, the text is the second of the law codes given to Moses by God at Mount legal text provides a small but substantive proportion of the mitzvot .Author: Ken M.
Campbell. Publisher: InterVarsity Press ISBN: Category: Religion Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Ken M. Campbell presents the work of six scholars who map varying understandings of marriage and family in six cultural settings: Victor H. Matthews on the ancient Near East, Daniel I.
Block on ancient Israel, S. M. Baugh on Greek. This article continues my work in my recently published Social World of Deuteronomy: a New Feminist Commentary ().
My thesis here is that elite males designated heirs to their land, but to exercise their rights heirs were required to marry women whom Y hwh and their tribes or states recognized as holding legal title to those rights. A better .