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SAMUEL AMSLER, Zacharie et l'origine de l'apocalyptique

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In 1901, Sellin went so far attributed to the authorship of Zacharias apocalyptic movement by locating in the visions of Zechariah the birth of the Old Testament apocalyptic. The question of this chapter would like to answer how to explain the co-existence in the message of the Proto-Zacharie that of oracles and symbolic action that extend the classical one hand prophecy and the visions that announce the second apocalyptic literature. For the great fresco of the seven visions, Zechariah the challenge that events have thrown his message by denying the immediate fulfillment of his promises and symbolic designation of Tzemach. The author concludes that the prophet accompanies the history whenever it can be read as a voice of Yahweh Action. The original context of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: apocalyptic literature; Proto-Zacharie; Tzemach; Yahweh



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