Daughter Zion and Her Place in God's Household

in Horizons in Biblical Theology
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Abstract

The metaphorical phrases Daughter Zion and Daughter Jerusalem are to be understood as appositional genitives referring to the city of Jerusalem in spite of a recent proposal to the contrary. They are part of a larger literary and cultural deposit of personifying the city and should be interpreted in that light. The kinship connotations of the city as "daughter" are then explored and located in the larger root metaphor of YHWH's household, along with certain of the city's other roles (e.g. spouse, widow and mother).

Daughter Zion and Her Place in God's Household

in Horizons in Biblical Theology

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