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Gott und die Götter im antiken Juda und im neuzeitlichen Europa Gott und die Götter im antiken Juda und im neuzeitlichen Europa

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Old Testament hermeneutics has been faced with the question of the relationship between the God of Israel and the gods in the religions of the world surrounding Israel (cf Deut. 4:19; Mic. 4:5). Referring to the reception of the Bible in the works of G. J. Vossius and G. E. Lessing, the author shows that the real issue in the relationship between particular religious cultures and the reality of God the creator concerns the boundaries of religious language. Psalm 19 is an example of a reflection upon these boundaries.
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Language: ger

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 March 2004

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