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Theologische Textänderungen im Massoretischen Text und in der Septuaginta von 1–2 Sam

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This chapter analyzes the differences between the main text witnesses of the Samuel books by judging their genetic relationships. It presents two small theological edits that have main text witnesses (Massoretischer Text, Septuagint). The special feature of the two suspected text edit witnesses is that in both cases, both in MT and in the Septuagint there are similar theological and anti-polytheistic reasons for the changes. The chapter opens with a discussion on the theological deviations of the Septuagint. A third reading of the Septuagint, is in the long story of the struggle of the Israelites against the Philistines 1 Sam 14. The Theological text changes in the Masoretic Text version are also explained. the chapter highlights that in the Septuagint and in MT the text has been changed for theological reasons at certain points.

Keywords: Samuel; Massoretischer Text; Septuagint; Philistines; Masoretic Text version



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