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The Rhetorical Function of Allusions to Judges in Psalms 68, 83, and 106


This study addresses two underdeveloped areas in Old Testament scholarship: the use of Judges in Psalms and the use of rhetorical criticism in the analysis of inner-biblical allusion.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-4704-1
Publication Status: Forthcoming
Publication Date: Jun 30,2024
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 200
Languages: English
ISBN: 978-1-4632-4704-1
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This study addresses two underdeveloped areas in Old Testament scholarship: the use of Judges in Psalms and the use of rhetorical criticism in the analysis of inner-biblical allusion. The proposed inner-biblical allusion methodology employs two standard factors—lexical and contextual affinities—and adds specific rhetorical-analytical steps to analyzing allusions to Judges in Psalms. The study then applies the proposed methodology to the use of Judges 5 in Psalm 68, Judges 4–8 in Psalm 83, and Judges 2, 6–8 in Psalm 106 and notes overlap in the rhetorical goals of each of the three psalms.

This study addresses two underdeveloped areas in Old Testament scholarship: the use of Judges in Psalms and the use of rhetorical criticism in the analysis of inner-biblical allusion. The proposed inner-biblical allusion methodology employs two standard factors—lexical and contextual affinities—and adds specific rhetorical-analytical steps to analyzing allusions to Judges in Psalms. The study then applies the proposed methodology to the use of Judges 5 in Psalm 68, Judges 4–8 in Psalm 83, and Judges 2, 6–8 in Psalm 106 and notes overlap in the rhetorical goals of each of the three psalms.

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MatthewSwale

Matthew E. Swale (PhD, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) serves as assistant professor of Bible and Church Ministry at Warner University in Lake Wales, Florida.

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