Éléments orientaux dans la religion grecque ancienne by Various

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5) My deliverance is near, my salvation has gone forth, my arms shall judge the peoples (‫)עמים ישפטו‬. Islands will look eagerly to me, and for my arm they will have hope. ” The exiles and this prophet found themselves far away from Zion, and therefore the message of Isa 2:3, according to which teaching and the word of God emanate specifically from Jerusalem, became problematic. If God’s message and judgment are confined to the borders of the Land of Israel, or even more narrowly to the Temple itself, how is the exiled Jewish community in Babylonia supposed to maintain its relationship with God?

Those stories are all located in Babylonia and represent court tales; they describe the competition and intrigue between the Jewish exile, Daniel (occasionally along with 22 Cf. C. A. Moore, Daniel, Esther, and Jeremiah: The Additions. : Doubleday, 1977), 78–80; H. Engel, Die Susanna-Erzählung: Einleitung, Übersetzung und Kommentar zum Septuaginta-Text und zur Theodotion-Bearbeitung (OBO 61; Freiburg [Schweiz]: Universitätsverlag; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1985); L. M. Wills, The Jew in the Court of the Foreign King: Ancient Jewish Court Legends (HDR 26; Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990), 77–79; J.

As she is led out, a youth named Daniel, identified here as if for the first time,23 is given the spirit of wisdom by an angel, and demonstrates that the judges had trumped up these charges. Daniel successfully disproves their fabrication by ­separating 23 This is a suggestive argument for the original independence of Susanna from the rest of the Book of Daniel. The argument is further borne out by the textual evidence, since Susanna is placed in different locations in the different editions and manuscripts that reflect the expanded version of Daniel.

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