Ézéchiel 18 et les défis que comporte l’analyse de l’exégèse intra-biblique

in Vetus Testamentum
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The relationship between Ezekiel 18:1-4 and Exodus 20:5-6 is sometimes interpreted in a way that highlights three difficulties encountered by modern exegetes when assessing the motivations underlying inner-biblical exegesis. From these three difficulties emerges another explanation of Ezekiel’s intention which illustrates some principles that could help refine the analysis of inner-biblical exegesis.

Ézéchiel 18 et les défis que comporte l’analyse de l’exégèse intra-biblique

in Vetus Testamentum

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LevinsonLegal Revision and Religious Renewal in Ancient Israel pp. 59-60.

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Leonard“Identifying Inner-Biblical Allusions: Psalm 78 as a Test Case” p. 251. Leonard ajoute dans son troisième principe que la rareté ou le caractère unique d’un vocabulaire commun suggère un lien beaucoup fort que l’emploi de mots qui sont fortement représentés dans le vocabulaire.

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W. ZimmerliA Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel pp. 374 386. « The entire casuistic ruling of individual laws is completely and finally subordinated here to an appeal to men to be renewed inwardly and to return to obedience . . . » Ceci implique la culpabilité de la génération présente qui doit changer de voie.

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D. BlockThe Book of Ezekiel p. 562.

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