Segen für Isaak
Eine rezeptionsästhetische Auslegung von Gen 26 und Kotexten
Aims and Scope
In contrast to the romantic aesthetic of originality, this analysis of the texts of Genesis 26 and its co-texts proceeds from an aesthetic of valuing repetitions and 'doubling'. After presenting the concept of interpretation based on a reception aesthetic, the study reconstructs the process of reading Genesis 12:10–20, Genesis 20 and Genesis 26, considering not only Christian secondary literature, but also making extensive use of Jewish exegeses.
- ix, 374 pages