Образ сотериологической фигуры «подобное сыну человеческому» в иудейской литературе эпохи эллинизма и его возможный прототип в псалме 110[109]

Translated title of the contribution: Images of the soteriological figure of "one like a son of man" in Jewish literature of the hellenistic period and its possible prototype in Psalm 110

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Abstract

The author tries to reveal Biblical sources of the image of "One Like a Son of Man" in Dan. 7: 13-14, including the "Old Greek Translation" of this passage, as well as to reveal certain parallels to this figure in Jewish literature of the Hellenistic period and in the New Testament. At this, special attention is given to the interpretation of Psalm 110. Considering Jewish texts of the epoch of Hellenism, the author dwells specially on the analysis of the Apocryphon of Daniel (4Q246=4Q psDand), the Qumran "Self-Glorification Hymn" (4Q491c, fr. 1), and the fragment of the.Exagog., 68-82 by Ezekiel the Tragedian.

Translated title of the contributionImages of the soteriological figure of "one like a son of man" in Jewish literature of the hellenistic period and its possible prototype in Psalm 110
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)316-330
Number of pages15
JournalSCHOLE. ФИЛОСОФСКОЕ АНТИКОВЕДЕНИЕ И КЛАССИЧЕСКАЯ ТРАДИЦИЯ
Volume9
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2015

Scopus subject areas

  • Classics
  • Philosophy

Keywords

  • "One Like a Son of Man"
  • Dan. 7: 13-14
  • Ps. 110
  • the "Old Greek Translation" of the Dan. 7:13-14 passage, and Jn. 14: 9-11
  • Rev. 1: 13-14, 3: 21
  • 4Q246=4Q psDan(d)
  • 4Q491(c), fr. 1
  • the.'Exagoge, 68-82 by Ezekiel the Tragedian
  • "Orphica"

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