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J. A. SOGGIN, Der Breitrag des Konigtums zur Israelitischen Religion

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In his Old Testament theology Gerhard von Rad has shown impressive of what has meant the introduction of kingship for Israel theologically. The trauma of the true corresponding to the political maturity of the people, but forced upon by emergency kingship emerged and there among the Israelite population in the ambivalent position which it had for the kingdom throughout its existence of about half a millennium, again and again. Under David, the religion of Israel a much stronger personality and especially a completely redesigned to their disadvantage political and ethnic situation was faced. The relationship of the king to the God of Israel, so to Yahweh, was founded by Canaanite pattern by an Adoption or identity verification procedure. The original context of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Gerhard von Rad; kingship for Israel; canaanite pattern; Yahweh

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