„Und ob ich schon wanderte im finstern Tal“: Psalm 23 auf dem Hintergrund altorientalischer und alttestamentlicher Todesvorstellungen

Focussing on V 4 with its motif of the “darkest valley” (NIB) the dynamics, theological coherence and background motives of Psalm 23 are laid out. Comparison with the newly edited Ancient Near Eastern prayer Sb19319 from second millennium b.c.e. Susa brings several parallel elements to light. Some t...

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Published in:Biblische Zeitschrift
Main Author: Emmendörffer, Michael 1963-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:German
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Published: Brill, Ferdinand Schöningh [2020]
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In: Biblische Zeitschrift
Year: 2020, Volume: 64, Issue: 1, Pages: 101-117
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Masoretic text / Ancient Orient / Susa / Epitaph / Death / Einheitsübersetzung der Heiligen Schrift. Psalmen 23
Further subjects:B Psalm 23
B Ancient Near Eastern prayer
B Death
B Sheol
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Summary:Focussing on V 4 with its motif of the “darkest valley” (NIB) the dynamics, theological coherence and background motives of Psalm 23 are laid out. Comparison with the newly edited Ancient Near Eastern prayer Sb19319 from second millennium b.c.e. Susa brings several parallel elements to light. Some theses on Old Testament concepts of death conclude the article.
ISSN:2589-0468
Contains:Enthalten in: Biblische Zeitschrift
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.30965/25890468-06401005