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Kann Der Zusammenhang Von Sünde Und Strafe Als Leitmotiv Des "Deuteronomistischen Geschichtswerks" Gelten?

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This chapter presents an overview on the context of sin and punishment as a key note of the deuteronomistic historical work. It discusses the question on the unity of deuteronomistic history book of Old Testament. In the deuteronomistic history book, it can be expected that the history of Israel is described and interpreted under a comprehensive and unified point of view. The chapter discusses the sin of Israel (and its rulers), emotional response of God, God's punishment and future salvation. It examines the programmatic texts of history, including the big farewell speeches or theological reflections on the crucial points in history. In the Book of Deuteronomy, the subject of sin is important. In the deuteronomistic historical work, the emphasis is more on the human sin than on the divine punishment. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: deuteronomistic historical work; future salvation; God's punishment; Old Testament; sin



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