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IX. Josua 5,10–12: Das Passa im verheißenen Land

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This chapter presents an overview on the story of the celebration of the Passover by Israelites-on the 14th day of the first month, on the day exactly 40 years after the first Passover in the excerpt night. Thus, the entering of Israelites into their country is marked by the celebration of the feast, which is used for the remembrance of the exodus from Egypt. The chapter discusses the origin and uniformity of Joshua from 5, 10-12 in the course of research. The story of celebration of the Passover is initially written in revised Hebrew version. The chapter illustrates a brief anticipation of cult historical contextualization about the Passover and unleavened bread in Joshua 5, 10-12. The literary and historical findings suggest cult unanimously on a late-standing tradition in priestly formation. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: contextualization; Israelites; Passover; revised Hebrew version; unleavened bread



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