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Das Tag YHWHs-Verständnis von Zephanja iii

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Zeph. iii 6-8ab proclaims anew, in post-exilic times, the Day of YHWH as a disastrous event for Jerusalem. Various updatings in Zeph. iii 14-20 add to this image the idea of a forgiving God whose primary will aims at the wellbeing of his people. The Day of YHWH is understood in the sense of a comprehensive final judgment (iii 8b). Zeph. iii 11-13 points to a distinction between pious people and sinners in Jerusalem as a means of salvation, whereas iii 9-10 the nations (seen as a rest) are presented as taking part in the salvation.

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