Disjunction of Heavenly and Earthly Times in the Ascension of Isaiah

in Journal for the Study of Judaism
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Abstract

In the Ascension of Isaiah, the descent and ascent of the Beloved decisively bisects heavenly time around a past crisis, but earthly time runs through five periods with the crisis at the future overthrow of Beliar. The disjunction between these two views of time defines a soteriology of glory, summoning the reader to live in the experience of heavenly glory and to eschew Beliar's earthly glory.

Disjunction of Heavenly and Earthly Times in the Ascension of Isaiah

in Journal for the Study of Judaism

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