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Neuere Tendenzen Der Forschung an Den Kleinen Propheten

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The chapter exhibits that the drastic changes that have taken place in the Pentateuch research the last two decades, each is present on the Old Testament consciously interested; they affect to the examinations of students. The analogous change in the prophets Research has appointed a later and has taken place on the other smooth and less spectacular, but he is in the consequences hardly less restrictive. Above all the task of developing criteria to distinguish the relatively safe and the only possible connecting lines between the prophetic books, when read and interpreted correlated. Undisputed, however, is already clear that our efforts, a theology of the biblical prophets to write a whole, not only modern enterprise is, but has been gradually accomplished in the biblical tradition itself, according to author own conviction is already starting with the late-pre exilic time.

Keywords: Old Testament; spiritual home; Pentateuch research



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