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Theology

Petra Schmidtkunz

Das Moselied des Deuteronomiums

Untersuchungen zu Text und Theologie von Dtn 32,1–43

[The Song of Moses in Deuteronomy. Studies on the Text and Theology of Deut 32:1–43.]

2020. Approx. 430 pages.
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Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe

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In her analysis of the »Song of Moses« (Deut. 32:1–43), Petra Schmidtkunz combines classical exegesis with an enquiry into the textual pragmatics of the composition. As a result, the Song can be characterised as a religious exhortation, addressing the community of YHWH's followers in Persian-period Yehud (fifth century BC).
In her analysis of the »Song of Moses« (Deut. 32:1–43), Petra Schmidtkunz combines classical exegesis with an enquiry into the textual pragmatics of the composition. As a result, the Song can be characterised as a religious exhortation, addressing the community of YHWH's followers in Persian-period Yehud (fifth century BC).
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Petra Schmidtkunz Geboren 1984; Studium der Ev. Theologie in Berlin, Cambridge und Kyoto; 2013 erste theologische Prüfung und Diplom; 2019 Promotion; seit 2018 Research Fellow am Bible Department der Hebräischen Universität von Jerusalem.
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