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Major and Minor prophets compared

Abstract : The study of prophetic texts has often been characterized by a certain fragmentation. In fact, little attention has been dedicated by scholars to the phenomena of composition that is present in the individual books, and even less to the relationships present between the prophetic books, or even among the so-called Major Prophets, and the Twelve Minor Prophets, with particular attention to the final stage of the texts. In addition, little space has been dedicated to questions of a hermeneutical and theological character; moreover, a diachronic, genetic methodology has often been followed, attentive to the origin and history of the formation of individual prophetic books and of all corpora, rather than a synchronic, canonical methodology oriented to the elaboration of the theology of the texts. It seems to us that these observations can be the foundation from which to resume the reflection and make it progress further, as the authors intend with the present volume.
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Elena Di Pede, Scaiola Donatella, Guido Benzi. Major and Minor prophets compared. Editrice LAS. Pubblicazioni dell'Università Pontificia Salesiana, 2019. ⟨hal-03572007⟩



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