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    Proverbs with Solomon: A Critical Revision of the Pre‐Critical Commentary Tradition in the Light of a Biblical Intertextual Study.Alan Moss - 2002 - Heythrop Journal 43 (2):199–211.
    The historical criticism of the Book of Proverbs has substituted the pre‐Enlightenment view that Solomon was the real author with the finding that Israel’s post‐exilic sages added the name and prestige of the wisest of kings to their work. However the pre‐Enlightenment commentators of Proverbs recognised that the name Solomon is integral to the text of Proverbs. This article recognises this textual datum and reads Prov 1–9 from an unusual angle today, namely as if Solomon were the author and principal (...)
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    Wisdom as Parental Teaching in Proverbs 1–.Alan Moss - 1997 - Heythrop Journal 38 (4):426–439.
    It is the contention of this article that Proverbs chs. 1–9 is a literary unity in which wisdom has the denotation of the parental household teaching. Teachings which have other contexts in other parts of the Old Testament have in Pr. 1–9 a parental teaching context. Besides denoting the parental teaching, personified speaking Wisdom has the personal features of a teacher. Both Wisdom’s features and her message serve to reinforce the parental teaching. Personified Wisdom also denotes the teaching of the (...)
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