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Die Entstehung des Judentums als Gegenstand der alttestamentlichen Wissenschaft

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The Old Testament scholarship has undergone a transformation in recent decades, as it is rare in the historical humanities.Much of the Old Testament literature has moved from the Israelite and Judean monarchy in the Persian and increasingly in the Hellenistic period.The special feature of Judaism in the history of the ancient religions is that the volume group is no longer with the country's population potentially identical, but that religion acts as the feature of group membership in appearance.Interweaving of collectivization and individualization of God's relationship is indicative of now on the Old Testament.It goes back to the formative importance before the king had as a mediator between divinity and religious community.The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Old Testament scholarship; Judaism; individualization; Hellenistic period; religious community

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