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Weisheit im Widerspruch : Studien zu den Elihu-Reden in Ijob 32-37 /
Stephan Lauber.
imprint
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, 2013
description
x, 492 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
ISBN
3110330830 (hardback), 9783110330830 (hardback)
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imprint
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, 2013
isbn
3110330830 (hardback)
9783110330830 (hardback)
general note
Revised version of author's thesis (Ph.D.)-Universität Freiburg, 2012.
catalogue key
9082801
 
Includes bibliographical references (pages [445]-469) and index.
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Main Description
Die Studie bietet eine Synthese des Forschungstandes zu den Elihu-Reden in Ijob 32-37 und legt eine Literar- und Kompositionskritik vor, die den Komplex als Kompendium der Theologie von Dialogdichtung und Gottesreden versteht. Die gattungskritische Bestimmung des Einleitungskapitels, in dem oft eine Ironisierung Elihus und die Dekonstruktion seiner gesamten Argumentation gesehen werden, lässt den theologischen Anspruch der Reden erkennen.
Main Description
this study synthesizes academic research on the monologues of Elihu in Job: 32 27, and presents a literary critique that views the complex as a theological compendium ranging from poetical dialogue to divine speech. The genre analysis of the introductory chapter, which is regarded at many points as an ironization of Elihu and a deconstruction of his overall argumentation, allows us to recognize the theological status of the monologues.

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