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- DescriptionThe tion implied in the word servant necessarily points to someone (the lord) of whom he is the servant. Isaianic tion of the servant is t an exception to this idea: the prophet is t presenting an isolated and abstract concept of a servant but he is speaking about the servant of Yahweh. The servant passages in Second Isaiah should therefore be read in relation to other texts that present Yahweh as the Lord. These texts together explain the concept of the servant. The work therefore reads twelve suggested Isaianic servant passages as original and integral parts of Isaiah 40-53. Thirteen texts that present Yahweh as the Lord are also analyzed. The Isaianic idea of the servant appears to be the result of the exilic reinterpretation of the traditional servant of Yahweh concept.
- Author BiographyThe Author: Antony Tharekadavil, a priest of the Archdiocese of Thalassery (India), was born in 1965. After his priestly ordination (1993), he worked as a parish priest in the Indian State of Kerala and then as a missionary in Kernataka State until 1998. Since 1998 he had been doing his research in Jerusalem. In 2007 he obtained his Doctorate in Biblical Sciences and Archaeology.
- Author(s)Antony Tharekadavil
- PublisherPeter Lang AG
- Date of Publication01/08/2007
- SubjectChristianity: Bibles & Liturgy
- Series TitleEuropaische Hochschulschriften/European University Studies/Publications Universitaires Europeennes Reihe 23: Theologie/Series 23: Theology/Serie 23: Theologie
- Series Part/Volume Number848
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- ImprintPeter Lang AG
- Weight290 g
- Width140 mm
- Height210 mm
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