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n HTS : Theological Studies - Intertekstuele aanduidings van die wêreld van die boek Jubileë

Volume 59, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 0259-9422
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Abstract

<b>Intertextual indications of the world as portrayed in the book of Jubilees</b> <br>An intertextual analysis of sections containing trends of retributive justice in Jubilees 14:1-28, 24:14-17, 30:1-25 and texts including apocalyptic trends in 1:7-29, 23:11-32, gives some indication of the time and world in which the author lived. The article argues that the author reconceptualized ideas of retribution in a unique apocalyptic system. The revealed truth was given in an historical revelation to Moses and is aimed at the collective entity of the people of God who are to stay pure for God. They are to abstain from marriages with members of other nations and keep the law and the religious festivals according to the heptadictical calendar. The author belonged to a tradition running parallel to the Danielic and Enochic stream. He was neither an apocalyptic nor an official priest, but was very much influenced by both groups.

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2016-12-09

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