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J. Dus, Ein Versuch zur deuteronomischen Kultformel

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There have been in recent decades only two possible interpretations called for deuteronomic cult formula discussed. First, the Deuteronomic "place, choose the Lord will" be a single specific location (e.g. Jerusalem) have been, or secondly, it was about "(each) place"., so to all legitimate Israelite worship at the same time to think. It is surprisingly left completely ignores the fact that there is still a third possibility, which has discovered the author's knowledge Klostermann, it is to think of a single place, but who moved from time to time. The author's interpretation of Deuteronomy cult formula in which the old monastery's further discovery has lead, so he led to the conclusion that both the Deuteronomy and the Priestly Code in the 12th century are incurred.

Keywords: deuteronomic cult formula; Israelite; Priestly Code; Klostermann

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