Deuteronomy in the Second Temple period : law and its developing interpretation

Show simple item record Paganini, Simon 2013-10-22T10:48:44Z 2013-10-22T10:48:44Z 2013-09-05
dc.description.abstract A fulfilled ethical life is a desire that in Israel is closely integrated with the observance of laws and legal instructions. The specific way, in which this aspect is concretised, is not the fundamental aspect for the biblical authors. In Pentateuch there are in fact a lot of legal codes. In prophetical writings these are often called into question and in the Second Temple period there are also attempts to correct biblical legislation, which are not in our biblical canon like the qumranic Temple Scroll. The differences between legal codes in the Bible and in the writings of the Second Temple period are above all witnesses that it is possible to correct, to interpret, to actualise and to rewrite laws, which remains authoritative for the people or for a part of it. en
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dc.identifier.citation Paganini, S., 2013, 'Deuteronomy in the Second Temple period: Law and its developing interpretation', Verbum et Ecclesia 34(2), Art. #800, 6 pages. 10.4102/ve.v34i2.800 en
dc.identifier.issn 1609-9982 (print)
dc.identifier.issn 2074-7705 (online)
dc.identifier.other 10.4102/ve.v34i2.800
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dc.publisher OpenJournals Publishing en
dc.rights © 2013. The Authors. Licensee: AOSIS OpenJournals. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. en
dc.subject Second Temple period en
dc.subject Deuteronomy en
dc.subject Laws and legal instructions en
dc.subject.lcsh Bible. Deuteronomy -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. en
dc.title Deuteronomy in the Second Temple period : law and its developing interpretation en
dc.type Article en

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