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Day of Atonement: Its Interpretations in Early Jewish and Christian Traditions (Thomas Hieke Tobias Nicklas (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2011) 9789004216792
Day of Atonement: Its Interpretations in Early Jewish and Christian Traditions (Thomas Hieke Tobias Nicklas (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2011) 9789004216792
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Title: The Day of Atonement: Its Interpretations in Early Jewish and Christian Traditions

Author: Hieke, Thomas Tobias Nicklas (eds)

Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2011

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004216792

Volumes: 1; Pages: 290

List Price in Cloth: $144.00 Our price: $122.50

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Established at the center of the Torah the instructions for the celebration of the "Day of Atonement" hold a prominent position (Leviticus 16). The language of atonement, purification and reconciliation represents the variety of concepts that both explore the complex relationships between God and man, between Yahweh and his chosen people Israel, and that set apart the place of encounter - the sanctuary. Leviticus 16 has served as the point of departure for numerous religious and cultural practices and thoughts that have had a formative influence on Judaism and Christianity up to the present day. The essays in this volume form a representative cross section of the history of the reception of Leviticus 16 and the tradition of the Yom ha-Kippurim.Table of ContentsPart 1, Biblical Aspects of the Day of AtonementBernd Janowski, Das Geschenk der Vers�hnung. Leviticus 16 als Schlussstein der priesterlichen Kulttheologie Richard J. Bautch, The Formulary of Atonement (Lev 16:21) in Penitential Prayers of the Second Temple PeriodPart 2, The Day of Atonement in Early JudaismAnke Dorman, "Commit Injustice and Shed Innocent Blood." Motives Behind the Institution of the Day of Atonement in the Book of JubileesWilliam K. Gilders, The Day of Atonement in the Dead Sea ScrollsIsaac Kalimi, The Day of Atonement in the Late Second Temple Period: Sadducees? High Priests, Pharisees? Norms, and Qumranites' Calendar(s)Christopher T. Begg, Yom Kippur in JosephusG�nter Stemberger, Yom Kippur in Mishnah YomaJozsef Zsengell�r, The Day of Atonement of the SamaritansPart 3, The Day of Atonement in Early ChristianityDaniel Stokl Ben Ezra, Fasting with Jews, Thinking with Scapegoats: Some Remarks on Yom Kippur in Early Judaism and Christianity, in particular 4Q541, Barnabas 7, Matthew 27 and Acts 27Markus Tiwald, Christ as Hilasterion (Rom 3:25). Pauline Theology on the Day of Atonement in the Mirror of Early Jewish ThoughtDavid M. Moffitt, Blood, Life, and Atonement: Reassessing Hebrews' Christological Appropriation of Yom KippurGabriella Gerlardini, The Inauguration of Yom Kippur According to the LXX and its Cessation or Perpetuation According to the Book of Hebrews: A Systematic ComparisonPart 4, The Day of Atonement in Jewish LiturgyAndreas Lehnardt, "Seder Yom ha-Kippurim kakh hu" - Zur Entwicklung der synagogalen Liturgie des Vers�hnungstages
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