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Ark of YHWH

(1,446 words)

Author(s): Kreuzer, Siegfried
[German Version] אֳרוֹן/ ʾarôn, “ark” (in current English usage, more properly, “chest”) designates in Gen 50:26 the casket of Joseph and in 2 Kgs 12:10f./2 Chr 24:8, 10f. a collection box with lid. In all the remaining 200 or so passages in the OT, it is a cultic object constructed at Sinai according to Exod 25:10–22; 37:1–9 (P), which was brought along during…

5.5 Septuagint (Kings)

(2,692 words)

Author(s): Kreuzer, Siegfried
Part of 5 Samuel–Kings 5.5.1 Background1–2 Kings is in many regards closely related to 1–2 Samuel (5.4), which is also indicated by the fact that the Greek version of Samuel–Kings is designated as 1–4 Kingdoms (or: Reigns). Most probably the time of translation immediately followed the translation of Samuel, which was around 200 b.c.e. All units of 1–4 Kingdoms have similar features regarding Baal with the female article and ἀλλόφυλοι “those from other tribes” for the Philistines (5.4.1.1). The different book division in the Antiochene text (5…
Date: 2020-03-17

5.4 Septuagint (Samuel)

(8,725 words)

Author(s): Kreuzer, Siegfried
Part of 5 Samuel–Kings 5.4.1 Background 5.4.1.1 ScopeIn the Septuagint tradition (1.3.1.1), 1 and 2 Samuel are known as 1 and 2 Kingdoms (or, 1–2 Reigns). This designation refers to the initiation of the kingdom and to the first kings (Saul and David), while the Masoretic designation refers to Samuel as a prophet and probably also as the author of the book. There are good reasons to assume that the books of Samuel were translated as one consecutive block after Joshua and Judges (and Ruth).1 This connection can be seen especially in some translational features, such as the ren…
Date: 2020-03-17

Confession (of Faith)

(12,201 words)

Author(s): Bochinger, Christoph | Kreuzer, Siegfried | Reumann, John | Staats, Reinhart | Holze, Heinrich | Et al.
[German Version] I. History of Religions – II. Bible – III. Church History – IV. Systematics – V. Practical Theology – VI. Law – VII. Judaism – VIII. Islam I. History of Religions The term confession refers to various phenomena, including the confession of faith and of sin. A confession of faith can be understood as an officially sanctioned, formulaic summary of the central doctrines of a religious or a confessional community (“denomination”). Recited in cultic procedures and/or in everyday piety, i…