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A. SZÖRÉNYI, Das Buch Daniel, ein kanonisierter pescher?

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To ancient prophets and Psalm texts explanatory writings have come to light from the caves in Qumran in large numbers. This literary genre is nowadays commonly called Pescher. The author welcomes the conviction to express that can be found in the nature content of this genus in the subjective belief and sentiments of the writer and in his views on the prophetic writings and the therein divine revelation the key to solving many problems in the book of Daniel. In his treatise mentioned L. Rust discussed properly how the doctrine and opinion of the prophet Isaiah in relation to the world empires are developed. According to the preaching of Isaiah is the kingdom of Tiglet-Pileser III. in evolving Assyrian world domination just an ordinary tool in the hands of God (x 8). Dement against the book of Daniel blends the ancient text and its explanation in a single genus.

Keywords: prophets; Isaiah; book of Daniel; Pescher; Qumran



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