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Moses the Egyptian

the memory of Egypt in western monotheism

by Jan Assmann

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Egypt
    • Subjects:
    • Moses (Biblical leader),
    • Monotheism -- History of doctrines,
    • Egypt -- Religion

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [219]-266) and index.

      StatementJan Assmann.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBS580.M6 A79 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 276 p. :
      Number of Pages276
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1011024M
      ISBN 100674587383
      LC Control Number96051600

      2, words. Translations: French, Spanish Author’s Note. The following text is an experiment. It is the first of a series of “notes” on select chapters of Jan Assmann’s Moses the primary aims are to encourage more people to read the book and to shape how they read :// Rigorism of Truth: "Moses the Egyptian" and Other Writings on Freud and Arendt - Ebook written by Hans Blumenberg. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Rigorism of Truth: "Moses the Egyptian" and Other Writings on Freud and ://

        The book is highly recommended, and quite a good read. -- Daniel Boyarin Church History Moses the Egyptian is a book of great learning, historical savvy and keen insight as well as a cornucopia of fascinating information. -- Robert L. Wilken Los Angeles Times show more Moses and Akhenaten book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A reinterpretation of biblical and Egyptian history that shows

      In Moses the Egyptian, Herbert Broderick analyzes the iconography of Moses in the famous illuminated eleventh-century manuscript known as the Illustrated Old English Hexateuch.A translation into Old English of the first six books of the Bible, the manuscript contains over images, of which depict Moses with a variety of distinctive visual :// Get this from a library! Moses the Egyptian: the memory of Egypt in western monotheism. [Jan Assmann] -- Nopsis Standing at the very foundation of monotheism, and so of Western culture, Moses is a figure not of history, but of memory. As such, he is the quintessential subject for the historiography Jan


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This book is a MUST read for any student of the Bible. It is a Harvard book. It will show you what many people won't talk about: the Egyptian side of "our" Moses, the Egyptian. Many see him just in the realm of the sacred but are so afraid to touch upon his ://   To account for the complexities of the foundational event through which monotheism was established, "Moses the Egyptian" goes back to the short-lived monotheistic revolution of the Egyptian king Akhenaten ( B.C.E.).

Moses the Egyptian的书评 (全部 1 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 Daniel 阿肯那顿与摩西 这篇书评可能有关键情节透露 “在光明的苍穹里,你壮丽地升起。 啊,充满生机的阿顿,你给予生命!” 这两句诗来自公元前十四 To account for the complexities of the foundational event through which monotheism was established, Moses the Egyptian goes back to the short-lived monotheistic revolution of the Egyptian king Moses the Egyptian book ( B.C.E.).

Assmann traces the monotheism of Moses to this source, then shows how his followers denied the Egyptians any part in the ?id=nJv0oyQ-9_AC. “ Moses the Egyptian is a book of great learning, historical savvy and keen insight as well as a cornucopia of fascinating information.

” —Robert L. Wilken, The Los Angeles Times “ Jan Assmann revisits the ground covered by Freud [in Moses and Monotheism], but with important differences. Assmann is ?isbn=&content=reviews.

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Moses the Egyptian is a book of great learning, historical savvy and keen insight as well as a cornucopia of fascinating informationRobert L. Wilken "Los Angeles Times " [Moses the Egyptian's] scholarly depth lends legitimacy to its revisionist claim.[It is not] designed to ignite controversy in the culture wars--something that cannot be said for some other efforts in the  › Religion & Spirituality › Judaism › Sacred Writings.

Standing at the very foundation of monotheism, and so of Western culture, Moses is a figure not of history, but of memory. As such, he is the quintessential subject for the innovative historiography that Jan Assmann both defines and practices in this work.

It is a study of the ways in which factual and fictional events and characters are stored in religious beliefs and transformed in their ?isbn=   Meanwhile, Professor Gary Rendsburg has reviewed these parallels in his article ‘Moses the Magician’: “Exodus repeatedly shows familiarity with Egyptian traditions: the biblical motifs of the hidden divine name, turning an inanimate object into a reptile, the conversion of water to blood, a spell of 3 days of darkness, the death of 2 days ago  If one accepts the biblical dating of Solomon’s time, we know that he started building his famous temple in BC, and the text of 1 Kings 6 v1 states that this was years since the Exodus.

Thus, we can fix a date for the Exodus of BC, when Moses was 80 years old. This would mean that he was born around BC and is an adult in the court between and :// Moses Was Taught African Wisdom (Kemet) One African belief system that has become of interest to some people in the black community is Kemet.

In short, it is based around Egyptian wisdom, gods, rituals, etc. Moses was trained in all the ways of Kemet and yet he was called out of Kemet to follow the God of Abraham, Isaac, and ://   ―Noah J.

Efron, Boston Book Review “[Moses the Egyptian's] scholarly depth lends legitimacy to its revisionist claim. [It is not] designed to ignite controversy in the culture wars--something that cannot be said for some other efforts in the field. This deep seriousness alone is sufficient to recommend Assmann's  › Books › Christian Books & Bibles › Bible Study & Reference.

Moses’s sonship becomes a key theme in restoration scripture. Specifically, the restored narrative contained in the Book of Moses in the Pearl of Great Price focuses on Moses as a son of God and a type of Christ through the repetitive use of the words son and begotten, which are also related to the etiology of the Egyptian name :// "Moses the Egyptian" is a book of great learning, historical savvy and keen insight as well as a cornucopia of fascinating information.

-- Robert L. Wilken "Los Angeles Times" "Moses the Egyptian" opens up a question that is crucial to adherents of all three religions that Plausible or not, Assmann has written a book that is scholarly and passionate, a book that inspires as well as informs.

-- Noah J. Efron Boston Book Review [Moses the Egyptian's] scholarly depth lends legitimacy to its revisionist :// Moses the Egyptian is a book of great learning, historical savvy and keen insight as well as a cornucopia of fascinating information. Los Angeles Times - Robert L. Wilken Elegantly argued, impressively documented, and written in eloquent English, Moses the Egyptian offers challenging new findings on the early history on monotheism, and a new Standing at the very foundation of monotheism, and so of Western culture, Moses is a figure not of history, but of memory.

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Abstract: John S. Thompson explores scholarly discussions about the relationship of the Egyptian tree goddess to sacred trees in the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the temple. He describes related iconography and its symbolism in the Egyptian literature in great detail. He highlights parallels with Jewish, Christian, and Latter-day Saint teachings, suggesting that, as in Egyptian culture   Moses and Akhenaten provides a radical challenge to long-standing beliefs concerning the origin of Semitic religion and the puzzle of Akhenaten's deviation from ancient Egyptian tradition.

In fact, if Osman's contentions are correct, many major Old Testament figures would be of Egyptian ://He shows that even the Ten Commandments betray the direct influence of Spell in the Egyptian Book of the Dead.

Moses and Akhenatenprovides a radical challenge to long-standing beliefs concerning the origin of Semitic religion and the puzzle of Akhenaten's deviation from ancient Egyptian tradition.

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