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Exegese, Tod und Leben Zur Hermeneutik des Todes und der Auferstehung biblischer Texte Exegese, Tod und Leben Zur Hermeneutik des Todes und der Auferstehung biblischer Texte

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Abstract:

Johann Georg Hamann saw the written word of God as the ultimate consequence of his incarnation. The biblical texts as well also carry the death of Christ in their essence as a figure of incarnation. Roland Barthes called the process of putting these texts into writing, by which the text gains autonomy in relation to the author, the "death of the author". In terms of the theology of the Holy Scriptures, this idea can be connected to the way people have been talking about the death of God in the modern age. One must however distinguish between the death of the author and the death of the text. This occurs when exegesis does not want to accept the death of the author. When however during reading there is a new understanding of biblical texts, this means to a certain extent their resurrection.

Language: ger

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1628/004435405774472509

Publication date: 2005-09-01

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