Das Glück im antiken Judentum und im Neuen Testament 978-3-16-159864-7 - Mohr Siebeck
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Daniel Maier

Das Glück im antiken Judentum und im Neuen Testament

Eine Untersuchung zu den Konzepten eines guten Lebens in der Literatur des Zweiten Tempels und deren Einfluss auf die frühchristliche Wahrnehmung des Glücks

[Happiness in Ancient Judaism and the New Testament. A Study of the Concepts of a Good Life in Second Temple Literature and Their Influence on the Early Christian Perception of Happiness.]

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Daniel Maier examines concepts of happiness in Second Temple literature. By analyzing different traditions of understanding the good life in Ancient Judaism, he opens up fresh perspectives on concepts of happiness in the New Testament that cannot be identified without their Jewish background and have been largely overlooked in the scholarly study of this field so far.
This work was awarded the Manfred Görg Juniorprize 2021.
Daniel Maier examines concepts of happiness in Second Temple literature. By analyzing different traditions of understanding the good life in Ancient Judaism, he opens up fresh perspectives on concepts of happiness in the New Testament that cannot be identified without their Jewish background and have been largely overlooked in the scholarly study of this field so far.
This work was awarded the Manfred Görg Juniorprize 2021.
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Daniel Maier Geboren 1991; 2010–16 Studium der Ev. Theologie, Mathematik und Pädagogik an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Forschungsaufenthalte in Jerusalem, Addis Abeba und an der Yale University; 2020 Promotion; seit August 2020 Assistent an der Universität Zürich.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1185-076X

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