Search for dissertations about: "Camilla Hélena von Heijne"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the words Camilla Hélena von Heijne.

  1. 1. Concepts of God and Angelolgy : An Analysis of the Messeneger of the Lord in Early Jewish Interpretations of Genesis

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Uppsala universitet

    Author : Camilla Hélena von Heijne; Ersta Sköndal högskola.; [2006]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Old Testament Exegesis; Biblical Studies; Bible; Early Jewish Interpretation; Angels; Angel of the Lord; Angelology; Genesis; Messenger; Judaica; Rabbinica; Philo; Josephus; Midrash; Rewritten Bible; Pseudepigrapha; Targums; Gamla testamentets exegetik; Bibelvetenskap; Bibeln; judisk tolkningshistoria; änglar; Herrens ängel budbärare; angelologi; Filon; Josefus; intertestament literatur; pseudepigrapha; Midrash; targumer; talmud; Genesis;

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  2. 2. The Messenger of the Lord in Early Jewish Interpretations of Genesis

    University dissertation from Berlin/New York : Walter de Gruyter

    Author : Camilla Hélena von Heijne; Ersta Sköndal högskola.; [2010]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Bible; Biblical Studies; Genesis; Judaism; Early Jewish Interpretation; Jewish Reception History of the Bible; Angel of the Lord God; Messenger; Angelology; Angelophany; Ambiguous Identity; Relationship; God; Theophany; Vision; Revelation; Dream; Anthropomorphism; Angel of the Presence; Hypostasis; Raphael; Gabriel; Wisdom; Logos; Old Testament Exegesis; Old Testament Pseudepigrapha; Book of Tobit; Wisdom of Solomon; Philo; Josephus; Rabbinica; Rabbinic Literature; Midrash; Targum; Rewritten Bible; Talmud; Type-Scene; Allusion; Gospel of Luke; Annunciation Narrative; Gospel of John; Hagar; Jacob Israel; Aqedah; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Religion Theology Old Testament exegesis; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Religionsvetenskap Teologi Gamla testamentets exegetik;

    Abstract : This dissertation investigates the ambiguous relationship between God and ‘the angel of the Lord/God’ in early Jewish interpretations of Genesis, for example, Gen 16:7–14; 22:1–19, and 31:10–13. Although the designation ‘the angel of the Lord’ does not appear in Genesis 32, this text is included because it exhibits the same ambiguity as the explicit ‘angel of the Lord-texts’. READ MORE