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Regina Wildgruber

Daniel 10–12 als Schlüssel zum Buch

[Daniel 10–12 as a Key to the Book.]

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Is the final vision in the Book of Daniel a visionary look at the future or a review of history? This was a topic of controversy between Hieronymus and Prophyry. With the help of a literary approach, Regina Wildgruber shows that the final vision can be seen as a historical interpretation in the context of biblical theology.
Is the final vision in the Book of Daniel a visionary look at the future or a review of history? This was a topic of controversy between Hieronymus and Prophyry. From the 18th century on, reading Daniel 10–12 as a historical source was seen alongside a fundamentalist understanding of the text. More recent studies of Antioch IV demonstrate the problems of a historical interpretation of the Daniel text. With the help of a literary approach, Regina Wildgruber shows that the final vision can be seen as a historical interpretation in the context of biblical theology. At the same time the text once more becomes plausible as a final vision of the Hebrew-Aramaic Book of Daniel.
Authors/Editors

Regina Wildgruber Geboren 1976; Studium der Theologie, Philosophie und Psychologie; 2003 Diplom in Katholischer Theologie; 2004–08 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Katholische Theologie der Universität Osnabrück; seit 2008 Beauftragte für den Dialog mit den nichtchristlichen Religionen im Bistum Osnabrück; 2012 Promotion.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Bibel und Kirche – Biblische Bücherschau — www.biblische-buecherschau.de/2015/Wildgruber_Daniel.pdf (02/2015) (Ann-Christin Heine)
In: Biblische Notizen — 171 (2016), S. 154–155 (Stefan Beyerle)
In: Theologische Literaturzeitung — 140 (2015), S. 385–387 (Martin Rösel)
In: Zeitschr. f. d. Alttestamentl. Wissenschaft — 127 (2015), S. 166 (M. Rösel)
In: Theologische Revue — 110 (2014), S. 199–202 (Bertram Herr)