Moses, God, and the Dynamics of Intercessory Prayer

Moses, God, and the Dynamics of Intercessory Prayer

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Michael Widmer reconsiders the significance of the canonical portrayal of Moses as intercessor. At the heart of this study is a close reading of Exodus 32-34 and Numbers 13-14 with particular focus on Moses' prayers. By examining intertextual associations between these two accounts and other texts, the author argues for not only the paradigmatic nature of these prayers but also the intrinsic connection between prayer and biblical theology.God in the Fray: A Tribute to Walter Brueggemann, Minneapolis: Fortress Press 1998, 38-51 BOORER, S., The Promise of the ... Threat of Life, Minneapolis: Fortress Press 1996, 30-38 a€” Theology of the Old Testament; Testimony, Dispute, anbsp;...

Title:Moses, God, and the Dynamics of Intercessory Prayer
Author: Michael Widmer
Publisher:Mohr Siebeck - 2004

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