By Lichtenberger, Hermann, Friedrich V. Reiterer
The current quantity of the DCLY collects the contributions of the overseas convention of the foreign Society for the research of Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature (ISDCL), held in Tübingen/Germany. The articles at the reception and serve as of Biblical figures in Deuterocanonical and different Early Jewish Literature are dedicated to the query of the way the that means of person biblical figures replaced in Hellenistic occasions. In a number of ways, the non secular functionality of those figures in a interval of huge political and cultural alterations is analyzed, in addition to their function within the means of re-establishing Jewish id in a time, during which the Jewish humans suffered from harsh oppression and lived scattered during the international. The try and tackle the query of fixing perceptions of Biblical figures to boot theologically and traditionally is a primary step at the approach in the direction of an integration of the subject within the higher framework of a scientific reviewing of post-Biblical theological advancements.
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Furthermore, the paralleling of “prophet“ and “nazirite“ in Amos 2 :11 may include a reference to Samuel, who was both prophet and nazirite, according to WALTERS, Hannah 412. GOSHEN-GOTTSTEIN, Ben Sira’s Praise 250 – 251. “ The Portrait of Samuel in Hebrew Ben Sira 46 :13 – 20 37 ing the implication “not really a priest despite fulfilling a priestly role“,25 and with the intention of making a difference from the qal participle (ñhuk), used for instance to describe the high priest Simeon (50 :1).
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