postbiblical

postbiblical

(ˌpəʊstˈbɪblɪkəl)
adj
occurring after the events written about in the Bible, occurring after the Bible was written
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Adj.1.postbiblical - subsequent to biblical times
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2) By laying the groundwork for examining the Qur'an's revelatory nature, I turn to neglected resources within the Catholic theological tradition and argue that the Church has reasons to be open in principle to postbiblical revelation, including what Muhammad received in Mecca and Medina.
Rather this opposition stems from the postbiblical period, in which speculation concerning reasons for the repudiation of Ishmael becomes commonplace.
The first two chapters of the book are historiographical, utilizing the concept of "La Longue Duree" (9) to frame biblical and postbiblical history, both sacred and secular.
one of creation, provided we do not restrict our understanding of the term to the traditional, but postbiblical, doctrine of creatio ex nihilo.
Rendsberg, "Alliteration in the Exodus Narrative", in Birkat Shalom - Studies in the Bible, Ancient Near Eastern Literature, and Postbiblical Judaism Presented to Shalom M.
However, without the benefit of postbiblical revelation, Christians do well to resist assuming that modern catastrophes are the result of God's judgment upon particular sinners.
To add yet another curiosity, it is noteworthy that, of the two tales, it is the story of the binding of Isaac that seems to be preferred in the Jewish postbiblical rabbinic tradition.
100) David Daube, Biblical and Postbiblical Law, in 3 BIBLICAL LAW AND LITERATURE, supra note 71, at 10.
of Toronto) reads biblical and postbiblical texts in comparative philological and legal system analyses, in addressing the complex rules surrounding the legal status of female slaves in ancient Israel.
Actually, the water buffalo appears to have only been introduced into the Land of Israel in the early postbiblical period, and neither in the Hebrew Bible, nor the early rabbinic literature is the water buffalo referred to by the name to ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) The water buffalo still existed in the marshes of Lake Huleh until the 1948 war, when it was destroyed.
Aramaic in Postbiblical Judaism and Early Christianity.
96) On Theodoret's use of biblical typologies in the Historia religiosa, see Derek Krueger, "'Typological Figuration in Theodoret of Cyrrhus's Religious History and the Art of Postbiblical Narrative," Journal of Early Christian Studies 5, no.