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Title: Written for Our Discipline and Use
Sub-title: The Construction of Christian and Jewish Identities in Late Ancient Bible Interpretation
Series: Antike Schriftauslegung / Ancient Scriptural Interpretation: Band 001
Edited by: Agnethe Siquans
ISBN10-13: 3525522193 : 9783525522196
Format: Hardback
Pages: 205
Weight: .000 Kg.
Published: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht - February   2021
List Price: 109.99 Pounds Sterling
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Subjects: Ancient history: to c 500 CE : History of religion : Bibles : Biblical studies & exegesis
Patristic and rabbinic biblical interpretations are significant contributions to the identity construction of late antique Christian and Jewish groups. The contributions in this conference volume illuminate the reception of biblical texts, themes and figures in patristic and rabbinic writings from the 2nd to the 8th century. They reveal processes of mutual demarcation, which are sometimes extremely polemical, sometimes only implicit and indirectly accessible. The correct interpretation of Scripture is claimed for one's own "we", while at the same time distinguishing it from the "others". Nevertheless, similarities and mutual positive references are clearly recognizable. Especially the often so polemical Christian interpretation is from the beginning rooted in the Jewish tradition and based on it. But also the rabbinic interpretation shows traces of the controversy with Christianity.
About The Author:
Agnethe Siquans is Professor of Old Testament Studies at the Faculty of Catholic Theology at the University of Vienna. Her main research areas are inner-biblical exegesis, feminist exegesis, reception of the Old Testament by the Church Fathers, and the relationships between patristic Bible interpretation and Midrash. Currently, she is head of a research project about Exodus 1-2 in patristic and rabbinic interpretation. Recent publication: Die alttestamentlichen Prophetinnen in der patristischen Rezeption. Texte - Kontexte - Hermeneutik (Freiburg 2011).
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