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Esaie Liv Et La Nouvelle Jerusalem

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In the important study he devoted to "Jerusalem as the archetype and image ", K.-L. Schmidt said that the root of the Jewish tradition, as well as rabbinical apocalyptic, the heavenly Jerusalem is read in Isaiah liv 10-13; and it draws the attention to these few verses, and even an entire chapter dealing, as one shall see, the new status of the city of David. The term "new Jerusalem" is ambiguous because it is clear what the novelty that is attributed to the future city of God, what distinguishes the present Jerusalem, should i.e. the first or ancient Jerusalem. However, the intertestamental texts and other texts that discuss the future of the city of David reveal different views, even opposite in this regard; Judaism in the Greco-Roman period is far from unanimous on this point as on so many others, and one author to another perspectives vary.

Keywords: new Jerusalem; Isaiah; city of David

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