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Vrede in die boek van Esegiël
Peace in the Book of Ezekiel. The prophet Ezekiel lived in a time when the people of Judah did not experience peace. He was a captive in Babylonia and preached to the exiles about the fall of Jerusalem, and after having ...
Translation technique and translating a translation: with special reference to Ezekiel 8-11
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2007)
The Peshitta of Ezekiel had been regarded as a free translation since the time of Cornill to the Commentary of Zimmerli. Martin Mulder, however, regarded it as a fairly literal translation. The relationship of the Peshitta ...
Die retoriese funksie van die wisselwerking tussen 'n profeet en sy gehoor in die boek Esegiël
In the book of the prophet Ezekiel, indications are found of the interaction between the prophet and his audience. Prophecy always had the aim to convince its audience of something and are therefore always of a rhetorical ...
All Eye: a metaphor from Ezekiel in the Desert Fathers, the School of Gaza, and Gregory
(Taylor and Francis, 2015)
Ezekiel's imagery of the four living creatures being all eye proved to be a useful metaphor for such diverse characters as the desert fathers, the ascetics of Gaza, Pseudo-Dionysius, and Gregory Palamas. This study interposes ...
Die missio Dei en die bestudering van die Ou Testament
In the recent past the issue of the missio Dei played an important role in the discussions about the mission of the church as God's instrument in the world in missionary work and theological training. This contribution ...