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K.-F. POHLMANN, Zur Frage von Korrespondenzen und Divergenzen zwischen den Chronikbüchern und dem Esra/Nehemia-Buch

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In an attempt to better understand the intellectual developments and theological currents of Judaism exegesis, chronicle books and Ezra-Nehemiabuch come to a special place. The emphasis on the joy is similar in each case closely connected with the special mention and description of cultic events. In view of these correspondences is assumed that one and the same author or group of authors of the two books of Chronicles, together with their Ezra. ix and Neh. viii has been designed as a single work. The term Judah and Benjamin in Ezra. i, the exclusion of other variables of the former Israel, may be asserted only if the phrase heads of the father's houses of Judah and Benjamin clearly exclusive to Judah and Benjamin, as the two tribal sizes would target. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Benjamin; chronicle books; Ezra-Nehemiabuch; intellectual developments; Judaism

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