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Jesaja Lvi 1-7: Ein Abrogationsfall Innerhalb Des Kanonsimplikationen Und Konsequenzen

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Deuteronomy is an early form of Scripture, which provides an account on the mountain of God in the desert and presents a farewell speech of Moses. They are indications that Yahweh and Moses in Deuteronomy have a lasting authority. This is unquestionably one of the major condition that supports Deuternomy as a scriptures, but still there is no clear sign of a Scripture. The community law is abrogated text where the prophet replaces it with the new God's will. In relation to the conditions in Islam, one can say that the"current abrogation" most of abrogation of the prayer direction in Koran,is of course, similar to that of qibla in Jerusalem. It no longer occurs in the Koran while the Deuteronomic community law remained in the canon. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: canon; Deuteronomy; Moses; Yahweh

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