Saturday, March 10, 2018

Frey et al. (eds.), Dualismus, Dämonologie und diabolische Figuren (forthcoming)

FORTHCOMING BOOK FROM MOHR SIEBECK: Dualismus, Dämonologie und diabolische Figuren. Religionshistorische Beobachtungen und theologische Reflexionen. Hrsg. v. Jörg Frey u. Enno Edzard Popkes unter Mitarb. v. Stefanie Christine Hertel-Holst. 2018. Ca. 530 Seiten. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 2. ca. 90,00. ISBN 978-3-16-155811-5.
[Dualism, Demonology and Devilish Figures. Observations from the History of Religion and Theological Reflections.]
2018. Approx. 530 pages.
forthcoming in May

Published in German.
Dualistic worldviews and demonic or devilish figures make frequent and varied appearances in both early Jewish and early Christian texts. By setting out the background and charting the development of these notions in Second Temple Judaism, this volume explains New Testament traditions within early Jewish contexts, focusing on issues of the origins of evil and its eschatological removal, the role of eschatological opponents and the function of demons. Textually, the Dead Sea Scrolls and other Second Temple texts are highlighted alongside the Jesus tradition. Four concluding contributions reflect the place of demonological ideas in present theological thought and problems of handling them in church practice.

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