Seeking the Favor of God: The origins of penitential prayer in Second Temple Judaism
Mark J. Boda, Daniel K. Falk, Rodney Alan Werline
Society of Biblical Lit, 2006 - Religion - 268 pages
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Ideological Origins of Penitential Prayer
SocioIdeological Setting or Settings for Penitential Prayers?
Priestly Performative Utterance in Leviticus 16 and Ezra 910
Lament Regained in TritoIsaiahs Penitential Prayer
A Sign of Judaisms Entry into the Axial Age
The Chorus of Lament in Jeremiah and Joel
17 The Concept of Guilt in the Communal Lament Isa 6376411
615 A Penitential Prayer within Its Literary Setting
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