sábado, 30 de maio de 2015

Israel Finkelstein no Brasil em outubro de 2015

Leio no portal da Universidade Metodista de São Paulo:

Arqueólogo Israel Finkelstein é um dos convidados da Semana de Estudos da Religião  - 02/03/2015

A Semana de Estudos da Religião, promovida pelo programa de Pós-graduação em Ciências da Religião (PPGCR), já tem um convidado de destaque confirmado. Entre os dias 07 e 10 de outubro [de 2015], o evento receberá a visita do arqueólogo, pesquisador e escritor Israel Finkelstein.

Finkelstein é docente no Departamento de Arqueologia e Civilizações do Antigo Oriente Próximo da Universidade de Tel Aviv, Israel, e diretor da Expedição Megiddo. Entre os livros de sua autoria estão: "A Bíblia não tinha razão [The Bible Unearthed], "David and Solomon" e "The Forgotten Kingdom".

Além da participação na Semana de Estudos da Religião, o professor terá um encontro com o Grupo de Pesquisa do PPGCR "Arqueologia do Antigo Oriente Próximo".

Veja a programação com a participação do professor Israel Finkelstein:

07/10 – Primeira conferência - Aberto ao público
08/10 – Segunda conferência - Aberto ao público
09/10 – Seminário com o Grupo de Pesquisa "Arqueologia do antigo oriente próximo" e convidados
10/10 – Seminário ABIB-SP - Aberto ao público

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Mais contribuições brasileiras na SBL 2015

São apenas alguns exemplos, não uma lista completa, talvez nem definitiva, mas serve para dar uma ideia dos temas que os brasileiros estão propondo para o debate em Buenos Aires, em julho.


A Função Didática do tonto no Livro do Eclesiastes
Program Unit:
Cássio Murilo Dias da Silva, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

A new agenda for rethinking inspiration: How Latin American hermeneutics can help (cf. post anterior)
Program Unit: Gospel of Mark
Cássio Murilo Dias da Silva, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

Interpretação da Bíblia por Lutero: Princípios e Pressupostos
Program Unit:
Flavio Schmitt, Escola Superior de Teologia de São Leopoldo - Rio Grande do Sul

To whom Do Jezebel’s Remains Belong? An "Organic" Contextual Reading of 2 Kings 9:30-37
Program Unit: Contextual Interpretation of the Bible (Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and New Testament)
Fernando Candido, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

Imperialismo en la Biblia hebrea: Deconstruyendo raíces de teologías violentas
Program Unit: Bible and Empire
Luiz José Dietrich, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná

Theology and Colonialism: The Process of Establishment of Monotheism in Israel
Program Unit:
Luiz José Dietrich, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná

Mechanisms of Power in the Groups of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Program Unit: Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls
Clarisse Ferreira da Silva, Universidade de São Paulo

Etimologias Bíblicas como Estratégia Literária na Arte Narrativa
Program Unit:
Telmo José Amaral de Figueiredo, Universidade de São Paulo

Exodus as a Northern Tradition, Under the Leadership of El and Yahweh in the Form of Young Bull
Program Unit: Ancient Near East
José Ademar Kaefer, Universidade Metodista de São Paulo - UMESP

Belo Monte (Canudos) and the Imposition of a Millenarian Model of Interpretation about the Socio-Religious Experience Lived Over There
Program Unit: Apocalyptic Literature
Pedro Lima Vasconcellos, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo

Early Christians on the Borders of the Mediterranean Culture: The case of the Acts of Phillip
Program Unit:
Paulo Augusto Nogueira, Universidade Metodista de São Paulo

Female Teaching and Apostleship: Pauline Legacy in the Acts of Paul and Thecla
Program Unit:
Sebastiana Nogueira , Universidade Metodista de São Paulo

Jeroboam y la tradición del Éxodo en 1Rs 11-14
Program Unit: Bible and Empire
Cecilia Toseli, Universidade Metodista de São Paulo

Jerusalem in the Songs of Ascents
Program Unit:
Marcos Paulo Bailão, Faculdade de Teologia da São Paulo

Orality, Collective Memory and Identity in Synoptic Gospels: a study in the Sabbath issue on Mk 2.23-28, Mt 12.1-8 and Lk 6.1-5
Program Unit: Synoptic Gospels
Marcelo Carneiro, Faculdade Presbiteriana Independente de São Paulo

The Acts of Thomas and the Idealization of Roman Society
Program Unit:
Marcelo Da Silva Carneiro, Seminário Presbiteriano Independente

Brazilian Biblical Research: Trends and Prospects
Program Unit: Biblical Theology
Marcelo da Silva Carneiro, Universidade Metodista de São Paulo

11QMelquisedec: Messianism in Qumran Literature
Program Unit: Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha
Kenner Terra, Universidade Metodista de São Paulo

Missão religiosa e catolicismo popular através do estudo da trajetória de um peregrino italiano na América Católica do século XIX
Program Unit: Apocalyptic Literature
Alexandre de Oliveira Karsburg, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

O Êxodo da Casa de quem não é o Pai: Estudo de Ex 4,19-23
Program Unit:
Leonardo Agostini Fernandes, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro

The Apocryphal Acts: Genre and Context
Program Unit:
José Adriano Filho, Faculdade Teológica Unida - Espírito Santo

Poderoso o defensor de la justicia? Representaciones simbólicas del rey en Israel
Program Unit: Bible and Empire
Valmor da Silva, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás

“Vou chegar mais perto e ver essa coisa estranha” (Ex 3,3b): As Juventudes como Sujeito Hermenêutico Numa ótica Libertadora
Program Unit: Latino/a and Latin American Biblical Interpretation
Joilson de Souza Toledo, Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Goiás

Building a Millenarian Prophet: The Role of Antönio Conselheiro in the Self-definition of Brazil’s First Republic as related to His Writings
Program Unit: Apocalyptic Literature
Vicente Dobroruka, Universidade de Brasília

Paradise and Empire in the Tropics: Cosmology, Eschatology and Conspiracy in the Trajectory of a Victim of the Inquisition (Portugal-Brazil, 18th Century)
Program Unit: Bible and Its Influence: History and Impact
Pedro Lima Vasconcellos, Universidade Federal de Alagoas

The Bible in Borges' Literature
Program Unit: Bible and Its Influence: History and Impact
Antônio Magalhães, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Bible and Translation in Haroldo de Campos' Work
Program Unit: Latino/a and Latin American Biblical Interpretation
Antonio Magalhães, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Fonte: 2015 International Meeting, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Meeting Abstracts

SBL 2015 em Buenos Aires: uma contribuição brasileira

A new agenda for rethinking inspiration: How Latin American hermeneutics can help

Program Unit: Gospel of Mark

Cássio Murilo Dias da Silva, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

The pursuit of the significant convergence between the biblical context and the current context requires a new way of thinking about inspiration. For Latin American Biblical hermeneutics, the fundamental identity of meaning is more important than the analogy between situations. Thus, the "apologetic" approach, which uses the concept of inspiration to prove that Holy Scripture comes from God, has long proven to be inadequate and insufficient. For the Latin American reading, that the Bible is the "Word of God" is an assumption: the problem is not "if" Scripture is the "Word of God," but "how" it is so. The issues raised by the search for identity of sense refer to how (and why) texts of human authors are received and assumed as Word "of God." So, hermeneutical reflection about inspiration should stop thinking about the causality of Scripture, and instead begin thinking about the "adequacy" of the text: How do different literary and language strategies express theological differences of parallel texts or about the same subject? How does each text intend to convince and persuade the reader, and what praxis does it intend to lead? How and why is a text, written to another people, another culture, other historical and social circumstances, assumed to be valid for us? How and why do we see ourselves in the biblical text? Is the biblical text the only inspired text or are there others? What makes the biblical text unique? To answer these and other questions, biblical hermeneutics needs the help of linguistics, semantics, semiology / semiotics and other sciences of literature and communication. Several texts of Mark's Gospel provide good case studies to demonstrate what it means to read the biblical text with a new concept of "inspiration."

Fonte: 2015 International Meeting, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Meeting Abstracts

Programa do Congresso da SBL 2015 em Buenos Aires

Como dito aqui, o Congresso da SBL em 2015 acontece em Buenos Aires, Argentina, de 20 a 24 de julho. Há participação brasileira.

Veja o programa:

2015 International Meeting 

  • Program Units: View the 2015 International Meeting Program Units 
  • Program Book: View the 2015 International Meeting Online Program Book 
  • Meeting Abstracts: View the 2015 International Meeting Abstracts

quarta-feira, 27 de maio de 2015

Semana Teológica no CEARP em 2015

A Faculdade da Arquidiocese de Ribeirão Preto (FARP), situada em Brodowski, SP, promove, de 1 a 3 de junho de 2015, a VI Semana Teológica, com o tema Sobre a Sagrada Liturgia (Sacrosanctum Concilium)

Dia 1
08h00: Abertura - Dom Moacir e Dom Devair
08h30: SC 50 anos depois (como aplicar em tempos líquidos?), com Valeriano dos Santos Costa, Professor da PUC-SP

Dia 2 
08h00: SC "Ars Celebrandi" - retorno às fontes, com Dom Armando Bucciol, Bispo de Livramento de Nossa Senhora (BA)
11h00: Mesa Redonda

Dia 3
08h00: Grupos de Trabalho

Informações e inscrições: farpo2012@gmail.com

domingo, 24 de maio de 2015

Resenhas na RBL - 02.05.2015

As seguintes resenhas foram recentemente publicadas pela Review of Biblical Literature:

Francis Borchardt
The Torah in 1Maccabees: A Literary Critical Approach to the Text
Reviewed by Thomas Hieke

Cilliers Breytenbach and Jörg Frey, eds.
Reflections on the Early Christian History of Religion—Erwägungen zur frühchristlichen Religionsgeschichte
Reviewed by Thomas J. Kraus

Walter Dietrich
Die Samuelbücher im deuteronomistischen Geschichtswerk: Studien zu den Geschichtsüberlieferungen des Alten Testaments II
Reviewed by Mark W. Hamilton

James D. G. Dunn
The Oral Gospel Tradition
Reviewed by David B. Sloan

Paul S. Evans and Tyler F. Williams, eds.
Chronicling the Chronicler: The Book of Chronicles and Early Second Temple Historiography
Reviewed by Michael D. Matlock

Katharina Galor and Hanswulf Bloedhorn
The Archaeology of Jerusalem: From the Origins to the Ottomans
Reviewed by Aren M. Maeir

Moshe Garsiel
From Earth to Heaven: A Literary Study of the Eliijah Stories in the Book of Kings
Reviewed by Keith Bodner
Reviewed by David A. Glatt-Gilad

Alison Ruth Gray
Psalm 18 in Words and Pictures: A Reading through Metaphor
Reviewed by Leslie C. Allen

Mignon R. Jacobs and Raymond F. Person Jr., eds.
Israelite Prophecy and the Deuteronomistic History: Portrait, Reality, and the Formation of a History
Reviewed by James M. Bos
Reviewed by Thomas Wagner

Ronald Jolliffe, Gertraud Harb, Christoph Heil, Anneliese Felber, and Angelika Magnes
Q11: 39a, 42, 39b, 41, 43-44: Woes against the Pharisees
Reviewed by Peter J. Judge

W. G. Lambert
Babylonian Creation Myths
Reviewed by Michael S. Moore

Daniel C. Matt, trans.
The Zohar: Pritzker Edition, Volume 6
Reviewed by Ralph K. Hawkins

Abera M. Mengestu
God as Father in Paul: Kingship Language and Identity Formation in Early Christianity
Reviewed by Inhee C. Berg

Anthony M. Moore
Signs of Salvation: The Theme of Creation in John’s Gospel
Reviewed by Brian J. Tabb

Valérie Nicolet-Anderson
Constructing the Self: Thinking with Paul and Michel Foucault
Reviewed by Chris L. de Wet

Vernon K. Robbins
Who Do People Say I Am? Rewriting Gospel in Emerging Christianity
Reviewed by Michael J. Kok

David S. Vanderhooft and Abraham Winitzer, eds.
Literature as Politics, Politics as Literature: Essays on the Ancient Near East in Honor of Peter Machinist
Reviewed by Shawn W. Flynn

Ryan Donald Wettlaufer
No Longer Written: The Use of Conjectural Emendation in the Restoration of the Text of the New Testament, the Epistle of James as a Case Study
Reviewed by Jeff Cate

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sábado, 16 de maio de 2015

Ayrton's Biblical Page está sendo atualizada

O site está sendo atualizado. Alguns transtornos podem ocorrer, pois a mudança envolve, além do visual e da revisão do conteúdo, também a plataforma utilizada.

Exemplos da mudança:

. É possível ver como vão ficar os artigos clicando em Inventando o Universo. Pensar Deus a partir da Nova Física.

. Ou verificar como está a visualização dos textos e imagens em dispositivos portáteis. Enquanto em computadores é suficiente passar o mouse sobre a imagem para ver sua identificação, em smartphones e tablets é necessário tocar a imagem com o dedo para abrir um "lightbox" com o título. Em ambos os casos, clicar sobre a imagem no computador ou tocar na imagem em telas sensíveis, faz aparecer um link para o download da imagem.

. As páginas de links e de bibliografia, já disponíveis, foram simplificadas. Clique no menu e veja.

. Todo o conteúdo não bíblico está sendo descartado... deixado, é claro, o roteiro de leitura do Grande Sertão: Veredas

E por aí vai.

Clicando em http://www.airtonjo.com você será redirecionado para

http://airtonjo.com/site1


Observo que também http://airtonjo.com (sem o site1) leva à página inicial, enquanto http://www.airtonjo.com quase faz o mesmo... mas pode deixar os ícones da Home desconfigurados no Firefox (no Chrome não!).

Quando tudo for arrumado, a página deve ficar é no endereço principal mesmo.

> Última atualização: 24.05.2015 - 07h00

quinta-feira, 14 de maio de 2015

Resenhas na RBL - 24.04.2015

As seguintes resenhas foram recentemente publicadas pela Review of Biblical Literature:

James Aston and John Walliss, eds.
Small Screen Revelations: Apocalypse in Contemporary Television
Reviewed by Sylvie Raquel

Joseph A. Bessler
A Scandalous Jesus: How Three Historic Quests Changed Theology for the Better
Reviewed by Mary K. Schmitt

Daniel Bodi, ed.
Abigail, Wife of David, and Other Ancient Oriental Women
Reviewed by Benjamin J. M. Johnson

Jared C. Calaway
The Sabbath and the Sanctuary: Access to God in the Letter to the Hebrews and Its Priestly Context
Reviewed by Carl Mosser

Ohad Cohen
The Verbal Tense System in Late Biblical Hebrew Prose
Reviewed by Bálint Károly Zabán

John Granger Cook
Crucifixion in the Mediterranean World
Reviewed by Charles L. Quarles

Jerome F. D. Creach
Violence in Scripture
Reviewed by Pieter G. R. de Villiers

Arthur J. Dewey and Robert J. Miller, eds.
The Complete Gospel Parallels
Reviewed by Thomas J. Kraus

Matthew Drever
Image, Identity, and the Forming of the Augustinian Soul
Reviewed by Cheuk Yin Yam and Anthony Dupont

Diana V. Edelman, ed.
Deuteronomy-Kings as Emerging Authoritative Books: A Conversation
Reviewed by Trent C. Butler

Shawn W. Flynn
YHWH is King: Development of Divine Kingship in Ancient Israel
Reviewed by Michael B. Hundley

Steven J. Friesen, Sarah A. James, and Daniel N. Schowalter, eds.
Corinth in Contrast: Studies in Inequality
Reviewed by Thomas R. Blanton IV

Matti Friedman
The Aleppo Codex: In Pursuit of One of the World’s Most Coveted, Sacred, and Mysterious Books
Reviewed by Paul Sanders

Cornelis den Hertog
The Other Face of God: ‘I Am That I Am’ Reconsidered
Reviewed by Richard S. Briggs

Christl M. Maier and Carolyn J. Sharp, eds.
Prophecy and Power: Jeremiah in Feminist and Postcolonial Perspective
Reviewed by Andrew Shead

Heinz-Günther Nesselrath and Florian Wilk, eds.
Gut und Böse in Mensch und Welt: Philosophische und religiöse Konzeptionen vom Alten Orient bis zum frühen Islam
Reviewed by Michael S. Moore

Jonathan Miles Robker
The Jehu Revolution: A Royal Tradition of the Northern Kingdom and Its Ramifications
Reviewed by Aren M. Maeir

David C. Sim and James S. McLaren, eds.
Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity
Reviewed by Avram Shannon

Mirjam van der Vorm-Croughs
The Old Greek of Isaiah: An Analysis of Its Pluses and Minuses
Reviewed by Randall X. Gauthier

Stephen Westerholm
Justification Reconsidered: Rethinking a Pauline Theme
Reviewed by David J. Neville


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segunda-feira, 11 de maio de 2015

Resenhas na RBL - 17.04.2015

As seguintes resenhas foram recentemente publicadas pela Review of Biblical Literature:

Bill T. Arnold
Introduction to the Old Testament
Reviewed by David W. Baker
Reviewed by Anselm C. Hagedorn

Mark A. Chancey, Carol Meyers, and Eric M. Meyers, eds.
The Bible in the Public Square: Its Enduring Influence in American Life
Reviewed by Randall Balmer

Raymond F. Collins
Accompanied by a Believing Wife: Ministry and Celibacy in the Earliest Christian Communities
Reviewed by William R. G. Loader

Andrew Crislip
Thorns in the Flesh: Illness and Sanctity in Late Ancient Christianity
Reviewed by John J. Pilch

B. C. Hodge
Revisiting the Days of Genesis: A Study of the Use of Time in Genesis 1–11 in Light of Its Ancient Near Eastern and Literary Context
Reviewed by Jeffery M. Leonard

Jey J. Kanagaraj
John
Reviewed by Jo-Ann Brant

Laurel W. Koepf-Taylor
Give Me Children or I Shall Die: Children and Communal Survival in Biblical Literature
Reviewed by Jason A. Riley

Katherine Low
The Bible, Gender, and Reception History: The Case of Job’s Wife
Reviewed by Jordan M. Scheetz

Burton MacDonald, Larry G. Herr, D. Scott Quaintance, Geoffrey A. Clark, and Michael C. A. Macdonald
The Ayl to Ras an-Naqab Archaeological Survey, Southern Jordan 2005–2007
Reviewed by Ralph K. Hawkins

J. Gordon McConville
Joshua: Crossing Divides
Reviewed by Trent C. Butler

Douglas J. Moo
Galatians
Reviewed by Richard Manly Adams Jr.
Reviewed by Roy E. Ciampa

James M. Morgan
Encountering Images of Spiritual Transformation: The Thoroughfare Motif within the Plot of Luke-Acts
Reviewed by Jean-François Racine

Reinhard Muller, Juha Pakkala, and Bas ter Haar Romeny
Evidence of Editing: Growth and Change of Texts in the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by John F. Quant

Miguel Pérez Fernández and Olga Ruiz Morell
El Beso de Dios: Midrás de la Muerte de Moisés. Edición bilingüe hebreo-español y comentario
Reviewed by Francisco García-Treto

Allen P. Ross
A Commentary on the Psalms: 42–89
Reviewed by Christine Jones

Robert A. Spivey, D. Moody Smith, and C. Clifton Black
Anatomy of the New Testament: A Guide to Its Structure and Meaning
Reviewed by Brian C. Small

Jamie Viands
I Will Surely Multiply Your Offspring: An Old Testament Theology of the Blessing of Progeny with Special Attention to the Latter Prophets
Reviewed by Marvin A. Sweeney

Julius Wellhausen; Rudolf Smend, ed.
Briefe
Reviewed by James Alfred Loader


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segunda-feira, 4 de maio de 2015

Evangelho de João em grego, latim, siríaco e copta

Electronic Editions of the Gospel According to John in Greek, Latin, Syriac and Coptic

Confira aqui.