HOPE BEYOND THE PRE-EXILIC PERIOD: THE INTERRELATIONSHIP OF THE CREATION AND TEMPLE/ZION TRADITIONS DURING THE MONARCHICAL AND EXILIC PERIODS

Louis C Jonker

Abstract


The thesis of this article is that an investigation of the interrelationship of traditions, and the trajectories that this relationship followed through various stages of Israelite history, can assist in determining the character of hope during these stages. This article concentrates on the shift s that took place from the united kingdom of David and Solomon, through the era of the divided monarchy, to the exilic period. It focuses on two disctict and prominent theological traditions of these periods, namely the Temple/Zion and Creation traditions.

Keywords


Hope; Exilic period; Temple/Zion tradition; Creation tradition

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/66-0-1463

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