Item description for Myth, God, and War: The Mythopoetic Inspiration of Joshua by Neil A. Soggie...
This work demonstrates the power of the ancient, biblical narrative, the book of Joshua, as it pertains to everyday life. The book intends to dismiss antiquated assumptions of biblical formation by examining biblical scholarship from new and creative phenomenological perspectives. Professor Soggie argues that the anecdotal wisdom drawn from these perspectives exposes the natural function of the narrative as it relates to every individual and transforms the way we view ancient literature. Furthermore, this study challenges readers' predisposed assertions about the book of Joshua so that it feels as though they are being introduced to the story for the first time. Top biblical scholars, experts in archetypal psychology, and novices alike will be able to expand their view of ancient literature.
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Studio: University Press of America
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.95" Width: 6.22" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.67 lbs.
Release Date Mar 6, 2007
Publisher University Press of America
ISBN 076183656X ISBN13 9780761836568
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More About Neil A. Soggie
Neil A. Soggie, Ph. D is currently a Professor of Psychology at Atlantic Baptist University. Professor Soggie is a renowned expert in both biblical studies and cognitive neuroscience, and has written several books including Mythic Mind and over 30 scholarly articles. He is a member of the American Counseling Association and the Canadian Psychological Association.