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Die Vertauschung des Erstgeburtssegens in…

Die Vertauschung des Erstgeburtssegens in der Genesis: Eine Analyse der…

by Benedikt Hensel

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Die Studie untersucht das literarische Ph�anomen, dass an entscheidenden Wegpunkten die Verhei�ungslinie "Israel" �uber den j�ungeren Bruder und nicht �uber den sonst so bedeutenden Erstgeborenen fortgesetzt wird. Dieses Vertauschungsmotiv bleibt faktisch auf die Genesis beschr�ankt, wo es gleich zw�olfmal verwandt wird. Die Analyse der Formen, Kontexte und Funktionen dieses Vertauschungsmotivs l�asst ein stringent aufgebautes Erz�ahlkonzept hervortreten: Es leistet eine Identifikationsbestimmung Israels, die dessen Sonderrolle unter den V�olkern begr�undet, legitimiert und theologisch profiliert.… (more)

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