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y A-t-il unité de pensée dans la Bible juive?

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In this chapter, if there was unity of thought in the Jewish Bible, it would mean that a veritable theology of the Old Testament would be possible, instead of more or less systematized testing of outside. The test of harmonization and unification that represents the Torah did not entirely successful, and that's the least we can say. The Pentateuch, and the Old Testament do not they have their keystone which is the notion of God, the God of the Covenant? There were bridges spread between the powers of thought, as long as they have parallel or inbound channel; but when their divergence has made them more remote, the communications have become rare and difficult, until the moment where the prophetism has overshadowed or veered to the apocalyptic. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: apocalyptic; God; Jewish Bible; Old Testament; Pentateuch; prophetism; veritable theology



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