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Physiognomie Oder Gotteslob? 4Q301 3

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Aus paläographischen, formalen und inhaltlichen Gründen kann 4Q301 3 nicht physiognomisch interpretiert werden. Bei dem noch erhaltenen Text handelt es sich vielmehr um einen Hymnus auf Gottes Gnade und Zorn sowie sein eschatologisches Heilshandeln an seinem heiligen Volk. Die Aufnahme dieser Theologumena in einen Weisheitstext wie Myst. legt beredtes Zeugnis über die integrative Kraft der am Tempel beheimateten weisheitlichen Kreise in der ersten Hälfte des 2. Jh. v.Chr. ab.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für antikes Judentum und hellenistische Religionsgeschichte Tübingen


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