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Becker, Joachim
1.Chronik

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Die Neue Echter Bibel. Kommentar zum Alten Testament mit der Einheitsuebersetzung, Bd 18, Echter Verlag, 1986, pap, 120 pp, € 21.00, 9783429010386
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Becker, Joachim
2.Chronik

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Die Neue Echter Bibel. Kommentar zum Alten Testament mit der Einheitsuebersetzung, Bd 20, Echter Verlag, 1988, pap, 132 pp, € 21.00, 9783429011352
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Beentjes, Panc
1 Kronieken. Commentaar voor bijbelstudie, onderwijs en prediking
Verklaring van de Hebreeuwse Bijbel, Callenbach, 2002, geb, 286pp, € 31.45, 9789043505741
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Beentjes, Panc C.
Tradition and Transformation in the Book of Chronicles
Studia Semitica Neerlandica 52, Brill, 2008, geb, 211 pp, € 107.50, 9789004170445
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Ben Zvi, E.
History, Literature and Theology in the Book of Chronicles
Equinox, 2006, pap, 304 pp, € 27.50, 9781845530716
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Endres, J.C.
First and Second Chronicles
In the era in which the Chronicler writes, the pressing question is: How will Judeans reestablish themselves after the Babylonian exile? The Chronicler’s answer is to encourage the people of Israel to live out of their memory of God’s mercy and compassion. Knowing and cherishing the books of Samuel and Kings, the writer interprets their message differently because the people of his era face new challenges to their life and faith.

This commentary highlights the special character of First and Second Chronicles by pointing out subtle ways in which the Chronicler changes the story of Israel. Many of these slight changes in wording reflect theological shifts in the postexilic era. The Chronicler sees a need for a strong spiritual center that is clearly located in the Jerusalem temple and its life of worship and prayer. Alienated northern tribes may enter this religious world by participating in temple worship. New and original materials describe the services and the roles of Levites and priests at the temple. Kings foster worship and demonstrate a spirituality of repentance. Israel can again become a people united if all join together in worship. This is a history of hope.

New Collegeville Bible Commentary. Old Testament, Liturgical Press, 2012, pap, 152 pp, € 8.95, 9780814628447
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Jarick, J.
1 Chronicles
Readings: A New Biblical Commentary, Sheffield/ Continuum, 2002, pap, 167pp, € 32.50, 9780826462022
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Jonker, Louis C.
Reflections of King Josiah in Chronicles. Late Stages of the Josiah Reception in 2 Chr 34 f
Textpragmatische Studien zur Hebraeischen Bibel, Band 2, Gueterloher Verlagshaus, 2003, pap, 102pp, € 22.50, 9783579054483
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Kalimi, I.
An Ancient Israelite Historian: Studies in the Chronicler, His Time, Place and Writing
Studia Semitica Neerlandica, Van Gorcum, 2005, geb, 212 pp, € 79.50, 9023240715
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Kelso, Julie
O Mother, Where Art Thou? An Irigarayan Reading of the Book of Chronicles
According to Kelso, the Book of Chronicles silences women in specific ways, most radically through their association with maternity. Drawing on the work of two feminist philosophers, Luce Irigaray and Michelle Boulous Walker, she argues that we may discern two principal strategies of silencing women in Chronicles: disavowal and repression of the maternal body. In its simplest form, the silencing of women takes place through both an explicit and implicit strategy of excluding them from the central action. Largely banished from the central action, they are hardly able to contribute to the production of Israel s past. On a more complex level, however, women are most effectively silenced through their association with maternity, because the maternal body is both disavowed and repressed in Chronicles. The association of women with maternity, along with the disavowal and repression of the maternal body as origin of the masculine subject, effects and guarantees the silence of the feminine, enabling man to imagine himself as sole producer of his world. These strategies of silencing the feminine need to be understood in relation to the relative absence of women from the narrative world of Chronicles. Kelso argues that Chronicles depends on the absence and silence of women for its imaginary coherence. This argument is enabled by Irigarayan theory. But more importantly, Kelso suggests that Irigaray also offers us a viable mode (not method) of reading, writing, listening, and speaking as woman (whatever that might mean), in relation to the so-called origins of western culture, specifically the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament. She argues that Irigaray enables a not only rigorous, feminist critique of patriarchy and its many texts, but also, somewhat more charitably, a mode of reading that enables women to read the past differently, seeking out what remains to be discovered, especially the forgotten future in the past.
Equinox, 2008, pap, 245 pp, € 29.50, 9781845533243
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Klein, R.W.
1 Chronicles
This commentary takes full advantage of recent advances in the textual history of "Samuel" and "Kings", demonstrating in many cases that the differences often ascribed to the Chronicler came in fact from the divergent copy of the canonical books he was rewriting. Klein brings to lively expression the unique theological voice of the Chronicler and demonstrates there have been far fewer secondary additions to the text than is normally assumed.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2006, geb, 561 pp, € 53.50, 9780800660857
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Klein, R.W.
2 Chronicles. A Commentary
Ralph W. Kleins magisterial commentary on 1 and 2 Chronicles is now complete. Klein brings to lively expression the unique theological voice of the Chronicler and demonstrates there have been far fewer secondary additions to the text than is normally assumed. 2 Chronicles takes full advantage of recent advances in the textual history of Samuel and Kings, demonstrating in many cases that the differences often ascribed to the Chronicler came in fact from the divergent copy of the canonical books he was rewriting.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 2012, geb, 592 pp, € 60.50, 9780800661014
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McKenzie, S.L.
1-2 Chronicles
Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries, Abingdon Press, 2004, pap, 381 pp, € 39.40, 068700750x
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Roubos, K.
Kronieken, deel 1, I Kronieken, Hfst 1-29
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De Prediking van het Oude Testament (POT), Callenbach, 1969, geb, 309 pp, € 20.00, 9789026607066
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Roubos, K.
Kronieken, deel 2, II Kronieken 1-36
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De Prediking van het Oude Testament (POT), Callenbach, 1972, geb, 347 pp, € 20.00, 9789026607110
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Schweitzer, S. J.
Reading Utopia in Chronicles
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Library of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies, Orca, 2007, geb, 240 pp, € 94.90, 9780567027924
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