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Eine Jüdische Gebetssammlung Im Siebenten Buch Der Apostolischen Konstitutionen

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Behind the processing of the Twelve Apostles Doctrine, a Jewish prayer collection is attached at the end of the seventh book of the Apostolic Constitutions. The religious and liturgical history deserves the highest interest. In this chapter, the author begins with the third prayer c. 35. The collection has the characteristic shape of the Kedusha in the Jewish liturgy. In applicable official prayer liturgy this Kedusha is available in three places. The Ophanim and the holy Chajjoth rise with strong noise when compared with Seraphim. The consistency in unobvious combination of the two sayings Isa. 63, Ezek. 312 is striking and cannot be attributed to chance, just as the distribution of the two eulogies on the exchange of different vocal choirs of angels. The parallel in the Jozer-Kedusha emerges more strongly than in the Kedusha of the Eighteen Benedictions prayer. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Apostolic Constitutions; Eighteen Benedictions prayer; holy Chajjoth; Jewish prayer collection; Kedusha; liturgical history; Ophanim; religious history; Seraphim



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