01877cam a2200373Ia 4500001001200000003000600012005001700018008004100035035002000076040008000096020002200176020002500198035002000223050002500243049000900268100002700277245011600304260005800420300003000478336002600508337002800534338002700562505054400589590003101133590001101164630005901175650002801234650005601262650001901318650001601337650001601353994001201369999012201381ocm64583976OCoLC20150120094327.0060309s2003 nyu 000 0 eng  a(Sirsi) a183836 aUUAbengcUUAdBAKERdYDXCPdUBAdBDXdOCLCAdOCLCQdOCLCAdOCLCFdCFUdNVS a0195167686 (pbk.) a9780195167689 (pbk.) a(OCoLC)64583976 4aBS1192.6b.S555 2003 aNVSS1 aSmith, Mark S.,d1955-14aThe origins of biblical monotheism :bIsrael's polytheistic background and the Ugaritic texts /cMark S. Smith. aNew York ;aOxford :bOxford University Press,c2006. axviii, 325 pages ;c24 cm atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier0 aPart I: The structures of divinity. -- Anthropomorphic deities and divine monsters -- The divine council -- The divine family -- Pluralities, pairings, and other divine relations -- Part II: Characteristics of divinity. -- The traits of deities -- The life and death of Baal -- Part III: The origins of monotheism in the Bible. -- El, Yahweh, and the original god of IsraEL and the Exodus -- The emergence of monotheistic rhetoric in ancient Judah -- The formation of monotheistic theologies in biblical literature -- Monotheism in Isaiah. aYBP 31.59 12/17/14 ftu JAC zStacks00aBible.pOld TestamentxCriticism, interpretation, etc. 0aGodxBiblical teaching. 0aUgaritic literaturexRelation to the Old Testament. 0aGods, Semitic. 0aPolytheism. 0aMonotheism. aC0bNVS aBS1192.6 .S555 2003wLCc1iB00002530611d12/5/2018e11/2/2018f12/5/2018g7lSTACKS2mMAINn5rYsNtBOOKu12/5/2014