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Theology

Walter Bührer

Schriftgelehrtes Murren

Schriftgelehrte Fortschreibungs- und Auslegungsprozesse in den Murrerzählungen in Exodus und Numeri

[Scribal Murmuring. Scribal Processes of Fortschreibung and Interpretation in the Murmuring Narratives of Exodus and Numbers.]

2021. XIII, 418 pages.
forthcoming in October

Forschungen zum Alten Testament 152

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The murmuring narratives of the books of Exodus and Numbers depict Israel in the desert as constantly complaining. By taking these ten narratives, Walter Bührer shows that and how Israel's murmuring is more and more negatively interpreted – both in canonical terms as well as regarding the formation of the texts, which become increasingly interwoven.
The murmuring narratives of the books of Exodus and Numbers depict Israel in the desert as constantly complaining. By taking these ten narratives, Walter Bührer shows that and how Israel's murmuring is more and more negatively interpreted – both in canonical terms as well as regarding the formation of the texts, which become increasingly interwoven.
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Walter Bührer Geboren 1984; Studium der Ev. Theologie, Assyriologie und Semitistik in Zürich und Heidelberg; 2014 Promotion; 2021 Habilitation; seit 2015 Juniorprofessor für Religion und Literatur des Alten Testaments an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
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