The Divine Father: Religious and Philosophical Concepts of Divine Parenthood in Antiquity (Themes in Biblical Narrative)

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The present volume is devoted to the theme of "Divine Father" in Second Temple Jewish and early Christian tradition and in its ancient pagan contexts. It brings together proceedings of a conference under the same title, held in Gottingen in September 2011. Selected articles by well-known scholars focus on religious and philosophical concepts of divine parenthood in antiquity, from the Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Judaism (the Dead Sea Scrolls, Targums, Philo and Josephus) to the field of the New Testament. In addition, the volume deals with the designation of deity as "father" or "mother" from the broad spectrum of ancient Egypt and classical antiquity (Homer, Hesiod, Plato, and its reception) to late antiquity (Plotinus and Porphyry).

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Felix Albrecht is resident scholar of the Septuaginta-Unternehmen of the Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Gottingen and lecturer at the University of Gottingen. He is head of the international research project PALAMEDES (PALimpsestorum Aetatis Mediae EDitiones Et Studia). Reinhard Feldmeier is Professor of New Testament in Gottingen and Member of the Academy of Sciences and Humanties in Gottingen. He has published monographs, editions and many articles, including God of the Living. A Biblical Theology (Baylor University Press, 2011).

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