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The New as Scenario and Programme: Conclusion

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This chapter provides concluding remarks for this book. In Old Testament research, the concept intertextuality is of little value unless it incorporates the question whether one text truly presupposes another and builds on it. Therefore, the book provides an overview of a few conclusions on the chronology. For the most psalms, a distinction must be drawn between the time of origin and the time of inclusion in the (sub-)collection. A similar tension between Yhwh's being king from the foundation of the world (מעולם,מאז Ps. 93:2) and his eschatological becoming king, celebrated today in the temple with newsongs (שׁיר חדשׁ Ps. 96:1; 98:1), is tangible in this psalm cycle. In this way eschatology expanded to cover biblical expectations on the future, in both the New and the Old Testament. The emphasis in Deutero-Isaiah is placed fully on the fact that the new is realised.

Keywords: Deutero-Isaiah; eschatology; New Testament; Old Testament; Psalm; Yhwh's kingship



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