|| Revision of the author's Ph. D. dissertation.
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|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-227) and indexes.
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|| Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 Monarchy and Economy; Chapter 2 Pre-Assyrian Era: Cult Reform and Royal Power; Chapter 3 Ahaz: Reform and Imperialism; Chapter 4 Hezekiah: Reform and Rebellion; Chapter 5 Manasseh: Reform and Accommodation; Chapter 6 Josiah: Cult Reform and Cultural Revolution; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index of Biblical References; Index of Authors.
|| An illuminating examination of the emergence of deuteronomic theology in pre-exilic Judah. Judaean deuteronomism grew as a response to the social unrest of the Assyrian period, channelling popular discontent away from the Davidic monarchy and towards foreign imperialism. The author brings together different strands of current scholarship, studying the economy of monarchical Judah and Israel, and examining the commanding social role of the Davidic monarchy. Lowery also discusses Ahaz and the economic and religious impact of Assyrian imperialism, and concludes with a discussion of the Manasseh n.
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