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Speech in Ben Sira with special reference to 5,9-6,1

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Beschreibung

The aim of this study is to organize the speech ideology of Ben Sira, a wisdom teacher and the first of the category of the scribes. To achieve this, both the analytical and synthetic methods are employed. The study reveals Ben Sira's emphasis on the dianoetic and dynamic aspects of speech. It highlights the recommendation of silence in wait for Kairos(propitious time) for effective speech. Ben Sira's indication that God is the architect of man's speech faculty forms the basis of a theological dimension of human speech. God's continued role in human speech affirms the possibility of Wisdom Theology of which the theology of human speech is an aspect.

Autorentext
This doctoral thesis was supervised by Rev. Prof. Dr. J. Agius O.P. at the Ponificia Studiorum Universitas A S. Thoma Aquina in Urbe (Rome).

Inhalt
Contents: The content of the work includes an overview of speech in the OT and in Ben Sira - The analytical and synthetic study of some speech pericopes - The anthropological presuppositions of Ben Sira's speech ideology - The qualities of the ideal language user - The harm of evil or wrong use of speech can bring upon the user or his victims - Silence as an antidote to evil use of speech and also a motive for more effective use of speech - God's major role in human speech - Teaching on speech a possible aspect of wisdom theology.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Speech in Ben Sira with special reference to 5,9-6,1
Untertitel: Dissertationsschrift
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EAN: 9783631489239
ISBN: 3631489234
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 208
Gewicht: 305g
Größe: H211mm x B151mm x T16mm
Jahr: 1995
Auflage: Neuausg.

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