By Professor of Land Studies John McLaughlin
The marzēaḥ existed for 3000 years within the Semitic global, yet is barely pointed out within the First testomony at Amos 6:7 and Jer 16:5. different prophetic texts were proposed as allusions that don't use the time period, yet with no utilizing any constant standards. This research analyzes these allusions in gentle of the extra-biblical references. The extra-biblical marzēaḥ references point out 3 constant positive aspects: upper-class ingesting inside of a spiritual context. those parts give you the minimal standards for comparing attainable allusions within the books of Amos, Hosea, Isaiah and Ezekiel, plus the direct references at Amos 6:7 and Jeremiah 16:5. Combining all recognized references with the biblical allusions offers a unmarried element of reference for destiny paintings at the marzēaḥ. This quantity should be of specified price to these drawn to historical Semitic faith.
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