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Tradition(en) im alten Israel
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Erscheinungsdatum: 05/2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Tradition(en) im alten Israel, Titelzusatz: Konstruktion, Transmission und Transformation, Redaktion: Ebach, Ruth // Leuenberger, Martin, Verlag: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K // Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. KG, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Hebräisch // Israel // Sprache // Ivrit // Judentum // Theologie // Christentum // Weltreligionen // Altes Testament // Bibel // Hebräische Bibel // Altertum // Antike // Naher Osten // Nahost // Staat // Palästina // Heiliges Land // Altes oder Biblisches Israel // Geschichte des Nahen und Mittleren Ostens, Rubrik: Religion // Theologie, Christentum, Seiten: 415, Reihe: Forschungen zum Alten Testament, Gewicht: 782 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Tradition(en) im alten Israel
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Traditionen prägen die kollektive Identität. Sie zeugen weniger von starren vorgegebenen Inhalten, sondern von aktiven Prozessen der Konstruktion und Transformation, die der Verarbeitung der Vergangenheit und der Gestaltung der jeweiligen Gegenwart dienen. Die Beiträge des vorliegenden Bandes nehmen solche Vorgänge von Traditionsbildung, -weitergabe und -umformung für das - in seine altorientalische 'Umwelt' eingebettete - alte Israel in den Blick. Dabei fokussieren die Beiträge neben grundsätzlicheren methodischen Überlegungen zur Traditionsliteratur auf die Textbereiche der Prophetie und der Psalmen, in denen grundlegende Traditionen in den Argumentationsgängen von zentraler Bedeutung sind: Exodus, Zion, Opfer, aber auch Prozesse der Legitimation im prophetischen Bereich (Jer, Ez). Mit Beiträgen von:Rainer Albertz, Erhard Blum, Jürgen Ebach, Ruth Ebach, Georg Fischer, SJ, Irmtraud Fischer, Judith Gärtner, Bernd Janowski, Martin Leuenberger, Reinhard Müller, Christophe Nihan, Thomas Römer, Markus Saur, Bernd U. Schipper, Konrad Schmid, Jakob Wöhrle

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Tradition(en) im alten Israel
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Traditionen prägen die kollektive Identität. Sie zeugen weniger von starren vorgegebenen Inhalten, sondern von aktiven Prozessen der Konstruktion und Transformation, die der Verarbeitung der Vergangenheit und der Gestaltung der jeweiligen Gegenwart dienen. Die Beiträge des vorliegenden Bandes nehmen solche Vorgänge von Traditionsbildung, -weitergabe und -umformung für das - in seine altorientalische 'Umwelt' eingebettete - alte Israel in den Blick. Dabei fokussieren die Beiträge neben grundsätzlicheren methodischen Überlegungen zur Traditionsliteratur auf die Textbereiche der Prophetie und der Psalmen, in denen grundlegende Traditionen in den Argumentationsgängen von zentraler Bedeutung sind: Exodus, Zion, Opfer, aber auch Prozesse der Legitimation im prophetischen Bereich (Jer, Ez). Mit Beiträgen von:Rainer Albertz, Erhard Blum, Jürgen Ebach, Ruth Ebach, Georg Fischer, SJ, Irmtraud Fischer, Judith Gärtner, Bernd Janowski, Martin Leuenberger, Reinhard Müller, Christophe Nihan, Thomas Römer, Markus Saur, Bernd U. Schipper, Konrad Schmid, Jakob Wöhrle

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Beit Yisrael
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Beit Yisrael (Hebrew: , lit. The House of Israel) is a predominantly Haredi neighborhood in central Jerusalem, Israel. It is located just north of Mea Shearim. The name Beit Yisrael is taken from the verse in Ezekiel 36:10, in which Ezekiel prophesies to the hills and mountains of Israel, "I shall make numerous on you the people, the entire House of Israel, the cities will be reinhabited and the ruins will be rebuilt." According to tradition, the neighborhood is built on the location on which the sacrificial remnants of the Second Temple were disposed.

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Beit Yisrael
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Beit Yisrael (Hebrew: , lit. The House of Israel) is a predominantly Haredi neighborhood in central Jerusalem, Israel. It is located just north of Mea Shearim. The name Beit Yisrael is taken from the verse in Ezekiel 36:10, in which Ezekiel prophesies to the hills and mountains of Israel, "I shall make numerous on you the people, the entire House of Israel, the cities will be reinhabited and the ruins will be rebuilt." According to tradition, the neighborhood is built on the location on which the sacrificial remnants of the Second Temple were disposed.

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Ten Lost Tribes
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The phrase Ten Lost Tribes of Israel refers to the ancient Tribes of Israel that disappeared from the Biblical account after the Kingdom of Israel was destroyed, enslaved and exiled by ancient Assyria. Many groups of Jews have doctrines concerning the continued hidden existence or future public return of these tribes. This is a subject that is partially based upon authenticated and documented historical fact, partially upon written religious tradition and partially upon speculation. There is a vast amount of literature on the Lost Tribes and no specific source can be relied upon for a complete answer.

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Ten Lost Tribes
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The phrase Ten Lost Tribes of Israel refers to the ancient Tribes of Israel that disappeared from the Biblical account after the Kingdom of Israel was destroyed, enslaved and exiled by ancient Assyria. Many groups of Jews have doctrines concerning the continued hidden existence or future public return of these tribes. This is a subject that is partially based upon authenticated and documented historical fact, partially upon written religious tradition and partially upon speculation. There is a vast amount of literature on the Lost Tribes and no specific source can be relied upon for a complete answer.

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ISBN Israel Celebrates Buch Gebundenes Buch
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Israel Celebrates is about the intersection where Israeli inventiveness and Jewish tradition meet: the holidays. It employs the anthropological history of four Jewish holidays as celebrated in Israel in order to track the naturalization of Jewish rituals, myths, and symbols in Israeli culture throughout "the long twentieth century" of Zionism and on to the present, and to demonstrate how a new strand of Judaism developed in Israel from the grassroots. But could this grassroots Israeli culture develop into a shared symbolic space for both Jews and Arabs? By probing the political implications of the minutiae of life, the book argues that this popular culture might come to define Jewish identity in Israel of the 21st century.

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ISBN Israel Celebrates Buch Gebundenes Buch
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Israel Celebrates is about the intersection where Israeli inventiveness and Jewish tradition meet: the holidays. It employs the anthropological history of four Jewish holidays as celebrated in Israel in order to track the naturalization of Jewish rituals, myths, and symbols in Israeli culture throughout "the long twentieth century" of Zionism and on to the present, and to demonstrate how a new strand of Judaism developed in Israel from the grassroots. But could this grassroots Israeli culture develop into a shared symbolic space for both Jews and Arabs? By probing the political implications of the minutiae of life, the book argues that this popular culture might come to define Jewish identity in Israel of the 21st century.

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