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Bibil Identifier bibil:213762
Publication Type Journal article
Title (Italian, Long) La storia lucana della salvezza come illuminazione
Title (Italian, ) Rilettura di Isaia in Luca-Atti
Author Chrupcała, Lesław Daniel
Journal Liber Annuus. Studium Biblicum Franciscanum (Volume: 60)
Year (Publication) 2010
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2010
Year (Copyright) 2010
Year (Reference) 2010
Language Italian
Pages 107-136 Pages
Genre Original
Abstract In an original manner, Luke used several paradigms of the book of Isaiah in Ms literary work of Luke-Acts. He was particularly attracted by the Isaianic idea of salvation promised to the people of Israel but destined also to all peoples. Linked to this concept is the metaphor of "light", adopted by the prophet of the gentiles to illustrate the eschatological diffusion of salvation. With great ability Luke re-elaborated and joined these two motifs, making it one historical-theological theme that weaves through the crucial moments throughout his work: the salvation promised by God and offered to all through the illumination of Christ. This article analyses the principle texts of the Lucan work (Luke 1:78b-79a; 2:8-9; 2:30-32; 3:6; 4:18; Acts 13:47; 26:18; 26:23; 28:26-27) that have as its object "light". From this study, it is evident that the frequent recourse by Luke to the Isaianic metaphor is by no means a casual usage; but it constitutes an important element in the narration of Luke-Acts regarding the coming of salvation in the person of the promised Messiah.
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : Books of the Old Testament : Latter Prophets : Isaiah
Pericopes Luke 1,78-1,79
Luke 2,8-2,9
Luke 2,30-2,32
Luke 3,6
Luke 4,18
Acts of the Apostles 13,47
Acts of the Apostles 26,18
Acts of the Apostles 26,23
Acts of the Apostles 28,26-28,27
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