In this episode I present the final installment of my series on Genesis 1 and what I think is the best handling of the text - the Polemical Literary Framework. This is part 5 of the series so I recommend listening back to the previous episodes before jumping into this one.
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- “Reading Genesis Through Ancient Eyes” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ci-6ekUmQFE
- Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology (Eisenbrauns: 2011)
- The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate (IVP, 2009)
- Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament (Baker: 2006)
- Ancient Israelite Literature in Its Cultural Context: A Survey of parallels between biblical and ancient Near Eastern texts (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1989)“Creation in Genesis 1:1 - 2:3 and the Ancient Near East: Order out of Disorder after Chaoskampf,” Calvin Theological Journal 43 (2008): 48-63.
- “Interpreting the Bible as an Ancient Near Eastern Document” in Israel-Ancient Kingdom or Late Invention? Archaeology, Ancient Civilizations, and the Bible, ed. D. Block (Nashville: Broadman/Holman, 2008) 298-327.
- (Spring 1998)."Because it Had Rained: A Study of Genesis 2:5–7 With Implications for Genesis 2:4–25 and Genesis 1:1–2:3" (PDF). Westminster Theological Journal. Gordon. 60 (1): 1–21
- (January 2000)."The Framework Interpretation: An Exegetical Summary". Ordained Servant. Upper register. 9 (1): 7–11
- (1996)."Space and Time in the Genesis Cosmogony". Perspectives on Science & Christian Faith (48): 2–15
Miller and Soden
- In the Beginning… We Misunderstand. (Kregel: 2012)
- Against the Gods (Crossway: 2013)
- “The Nature of Polemical Thought and Writing,” https://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/sdg/polemic.html
- Ancient Near Eastern Themes in Biblical Theology (Kregel: 2008)