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JEREMIAH AT THE TURNING-POINT OF HISTORY: THE FUNCTION OF JER. XXV 1-14 IN THE BOOK OF JEREMIAH

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The present paper wishes to demonstrate the importance of two prerequisites of scholarly work on Jeremiah: (1) the proper consideration of the shorter text form of the Septuagint as an earlier edition of the book and (2) a flexible view concerning Deuteronomism in Jeremiah. In both respects, Jer. xxv 1-14 is a most illustrative text. The order of the text also plays a part: the oracles against the nations follow at this point in the Septuagint. My thesis is that the pericope at hand was formulated as an introduction to the oracles against the nations, as these were first introduced into the Book of Jeremiah. Being a purely literary creation, dependent on several other passages, it belongs to a later dtr orientated, redactional and compositional stratum in the Book of Jeremiah.

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2002-10-01
2016-12-08

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