The Babylonian exile of the Judaeans and the formation of the doctrine of the bodily resurrection from the dead: From the naturalistic allegory of the collective revival of the Jews upon their expected return to Judaea through the personified image of the people’s rising from the dead to the concept of an individual eschatological resurrection in the flesh

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