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Le courant cultuel et la pensée biblique

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The study of the current worship is now required, and especially as the Torah itself, in the centre of Jewish worship, is a priestly compilation whose influence on biblical thought is considerable. In the ordinary language, the worship is an exercise rather than a state of soul; we do not think of the ambiguity of the worship. The forming of a varied documentation, in a priestly mould of TA has exerted its influence on the general perspective of worship, but without erasing all traces of its origins and previous developments. The varieties of worship, in their fundamental ambiguity, have varied theological implications. The prophetic perspective of worship, interrupted after the exile, with its implicit theology, reappears in the New Testament, with original features and much more marked. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: fundamental ambiguity; implicit theology; Jewish worship; New Testament; theological implications; worship



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