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Bibil Identifier bibil:213402
Publication Type Journal article
Title (English, Long) The Trinitarian House of David
Title (English, ) Martin Luther's Anti-Jewish Exegesis of 2 Samuel 23:1–7
Author Slotemaker, John T.
Journal Harvard Theological Review (Volume: 104, Issue: 2)
Year (Publication) 2011
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2011
Year (Copyright) 2011
Year (Reference) 2011
Language English
Pages 233-254 Pages
Genre Original
Abstract The second book of Samuel was a neglected work in the theological, exegetical, and liturgical traditions of the Western church from the Patristic era through the Protestant Reformation. The theological developments and articulations of the early church focused on the books of Genesis, John, and the great Pauline corpus; for example, 1 Corinthians was central to the fourth-century trinitarian debates and Romans to the soteriological discussions of the entire western tradition. Similarly, the book of Psalms had an enormous impact on the liturgical life of the church as well as its christological statements. One need only cast an eye back to Augustine's numerous commentaries on the book of Genesis to understand the profound depth with which certain books of the Christian Scriptures were interpreted in the early and medieval church.
DOI 10.1017/S0017816011000174
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : Bible (as a whole) : History of Interpretation and Reception : Important Persons : Renaissance - Reformation (15th -16th cent.) : Luther, Martin
Thesaurus BiBIL : New Testament (Introduction) : Theology : Themes : Anti-Judaism
Thesaurus BiBIL : New Testament (Introduction) : Theology : Themes : Trinity
Pericopes 2 Samuel 23,1-23,7
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