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Laubhütte Davids und Wolkensohn : eine auslegungsgeschichtliche Studie zu Amos 9,11 in der jüdischen und christlichen Exegese /
von Sabine Nägele.
imprint
Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1995.
description
xv, 276 p.
ISBN
9004101632
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1995.
isbn
9004101632
general note
Summary in English.
catalogue key
1025487
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Description for Reader
All those of graduate level and above interested in Biblical Studies, Jewish Studies and Church History. Students of theology, ministers in the Christian Churches, teachers in Bible and Church History, and classical philologists.
Long Description
"Laubh]tte Davids und Wolkensohn deals with the history of interpretation of Amos 9:11 -- a passage which is regarded in both, Jewish and Christian tradition, as a messianic prediction. The book examines its interpretation and impact in Qumran and Rabbinic Judaism as well as in the New Testament, the Church Fathers, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and in the scientific discussion up to the present. Special emphasis is laid on (a) its usage at the Apostolic Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15) and its influence on the formation of the Christian Church and (b) hitherto overlooked explicit and important interpretations of scholars such as Nicholas de Lyre, Luther, Mercerus, Miegius and Harenberg who have already made use of the rabbinic messianic interpretation of this passage. Besides, a new interpretation of Amos 9:11-15 in its historical Old Testament context is offered.
Long Description
Laubhütte Davids und Wolkensohn deals with the history of interpretation of Amos 9:11 - a passage which is regarded in both, Jewish and Christian tradition, as a messianic prediction.The book examines its interpretation and impact in Qumran and Rabbinic Judaism as well as in the New Testament, the Church Fathers, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and in the scientific discussion up to the present. Special emphasis is laid on (a) its usage at the Apostolic Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15) and its influence on the formation of the Christian Church and (b) hitherto overlooked explicit and important interpretations of scholars such as Nicholas de Lyre, Luther, Mercerus, Miegius and Harenberg who have already made use of the rabbinic messianic interpretation of this passage. Besides, a new interpretation of Amos 9:11-15 in its historical Old Testament context is offered.
Main Description
Laubhütte Davids und Wolkensohn deals with the history of interpretation of Amos 9:11 a passage which is regarded in both, Jewish and Christian tradition, as a messianic prediction.The book examines its interpretation and impact in Qumran and Rabbinic Judaism as well as in the New Testament, the Church Fathers, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and in the scientific discussion up to the present. Special emphasis is laid on (a) its usage at the Apostolic Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15) and its influence on the formation of the Christian Church and (b) hitherto overlooked explicit and important interpretations of scholars such as Nicholas de Lyre, Luther, Mercerus, Miegius and Harenberg who have already made use of the rabbinic messianic interpretation of this passage. Besides, a new interpretation of Amos 9:11-15 in its historical Old Testament context is offered.
Unpaid Annotation
"Laubh tte Davids und Wolkensohn deals with the history of interpretation of Amos 9:11 -- a passage which is regarded in both, Jewish and Christian tradition, as a messianic prediction.The book examines its interpretation and impact in Qumran and Rabbinic Judaism as well as in the New Testament, the Church Fathers, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and in the scientific discussion up to the present. Special emphasis is laid on (a) its usage at the Apostolic Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15) and its influence on the formation of the Christian Church and (b) hitherto overlooked explicit and important interpretations of scholars such as Nicholas de Lyre, Luther, Mercerus, Miegius and Harenberg who have already made use of the rabbinic messianic interpretation of this passage. Besides, a new interpretation of Amos 9:11-15 in its historical Old Testament context is offered.

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