Trito-Isaiah, penitential prayer and apocalypticism

Show simple item record Venter, P.M. (Pieter Michiel), 1947- 2012-09-11T07:13:31Z 2012-09-11T07:13:31Z 2012-08-02
dc.description.abstract An analysis of the research on the compositional development of Isaiah 56–66 indicates that the redefinition of Judean identity played a major role in the formation of these chapters. Scholars very often refer to the penitential prayer in Isaiah 63:7–64:11 to indicate this redefinition of identity. A study of the background of these chapters shows that Hanson’s theory of a developing apocalypticism is usually upheld, whilst his identification of a Zadokite opposition is either rejected or replaced by an acknowledgement that it is not possible to identify these opponents. The suggestion of this article is that the term ‘qualified inclusivism’ can be used as the mark of those responsible for this section of the book of Isaiah. en_US
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dc.identifier.citation Venter, P.M., 2012, Trito-Isaiah, penitential prayer and apocalyptism, Verbum et Ecclesia 33(1), Art. #718, 12 pages. 10.4102/ve.v33i1.718. en_US
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dc.identifier.other 10.4102/ve.v33i1.718
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dc.publisher OpenJournals Publishing en_US
dc.rights © 2012. The Authors. Licensee: AOSIS OpenJournals. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. en_US
dc.subject Trito-Isaiah en_US
dc.subject Penitential prayer en_US
dc.subject Apocalypticism en_US
dc.title Trito-Isaiah, penitential prayer and apocalypticism en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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