Zemah and Zerubbabel: Messianic Expectations in the Early Postexilic Period
A&C Black, 1 Nis 2000 - 290 sayfa
It has often been argued that Zerubbabel, the Jewish governor of Yehud at the time of the rebuilding of the temple (late 6th century BCE), was viewed by the prophets Haggai and Zechariah as the new king in the line of David. In this new study, Rose offers a contrary proposal for the interpretation of the oracles in Haggai 2 and Zechariah 3 and 6. He traces their background in the pre-exilic prophets, pays special attention to often neglected details of semantics and metaphor, and concludes that neither Haggai nor Zechariah designated Zerubbabel as the new king in Jerusalem. Instead, the oracles in Zechariah 3 and 6 should be seen as fully messianic.
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Chapter 2 ZEMAH AND THE PRIESTS
Chapter 3 WHATS IN A NAME?THE MEANING OF Omitted
Chapter 4 A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITYWHO IS ZEMAH?
Chapter 5 VISIONS AND ORACLESON THE ORIGIN AND COMPOSITION OF ZECHARIAH 3810 AND 6915
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Ancient argued Biblical branch called Chapter Chron clause clear Compare conclusion consider context coronation court crown David dealing difﬁcult discussion evidence example expectations explain express ﬁgure ﬁnd ﬁrst future give given Haggai and Zechariah hand head heavenly Hebrew high priest historical identiﬁcation imagery indicate inscription interpretation Israel issue Jeremiah Jerusalem Joshua king lampstand language LORD material meaning mentioned messianic Meyers and Meyers nature noun Old Testament oracle original passage period Persian person Petersen phrase position possible present Press problem prophet Propheten proposal question reason reference relationship ring royal Rudolph rule Sacharja says scholars seal secondary seems sense servant signet sons sprout stand Studies suggests symbolic temple throne tion translation trees usually verb verse vision vision reports whole Woude YHWH Zacharie Zech Zemah Zerubbabel