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Zum Sogenannten "Stimmungsumschwung" in Psalm 13

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The barely-ventilated secrets that involve the alttestament union Psalms in the art and include the phenomenon of the so-called "mood swing". According to Gregory Etzelmüller the Israelite religion transformed already in pre-exilic time, more and more away from the institutional priests or prophets survey towards the opening up of the will of God through the Scriptures. The term "mood swing" is mainly connects the moment of the new, the reversal of has gone before. Psalm 13 is an individual prayer, has exemplary or paradigmatic character. There is no (direct) discharge an individual biographical experience, but on the contrary a prayer form that must be refilled by its individual Nachbetern depending biographical. The emergency prayer underlying consists primarily in the experience of the absence of God in the life of the region (after) praying. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Psalms 13; mood swing; individual prayer; Israelite religion; Scriptures



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