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Ausgabe:

Dezember/2016

Spalte:

1357–1358

Kategorie:

Altes Testament

Autor/Hrsg.:

Zalewski, Ulrich

Titel/Untertitel:

Gott, König und Volk. Eine synchrone und diachrone Auslegung von 2 Sam 24.

Verlag:

Würzburg: Echter Verlag 2014. XXXV, 203 S. = Erfurter Theologische Studien, 103. Kart. EUR 24,00. ISBN 978-3-429-03494-8.

Rezensent:

Klaus-Peter Adam

Intense debates in Old Testament theology deal with David’s census and his subsequent punishment, namely why the census could incur guilt upon David. This five part study of 2Sam 24, the reworked 2010 Erfurt Ph.D. thesis (advisor G. Hentschel), combines a close reading of the text with text-critical, source-critical, biblical-theological and historical considerations.
Part I is a text-critical study that by and large confirms M as the basis for his analysis, though at the same time respects the independence of the versions, pointing out their respective conceptual frame of reference (3–17).
Part II offers an outline and detailed numbering system of the clauses of the Hebrew text (19–23; references follow this system), and considers relevant ...


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