Show simple item record Niesiołowski-Spano, Łukasz 2017-12-18T13:53:03Z 2017-12-18T13:53:03Z 2016
dc.identifier.citation in: Ł. Niesiołowski-Spano, C. Peri, J. West (eds), Finding Myth and History in the Bible. Scholarship, Scholars and Errors, (Equinox Publishing; Sheffield - Oakville 2016), 116-122 pl
dc.description.abstract The biblical passage concerning the siege of Jerusalem by David (2 Sam. 5:6-10), has drawn scholarly attention numerous times over the years. The formula of exclusion of the blind and lame from the Hebrew cult, which became popular in biblical literature, made this story particularly attractive. Despite the volumes of commentaries devoted to this passage there still remain alternative explanations and interpretations of the phrase that have not been sufficiently explored. To whit, it is possible that the passage contains words the original meaning of which have been forgotten. This article aims to explore the possibility of re-interpreting the saying about blind and lame in Jerusalem and its role, anew. pl
dc.language.iso en pl
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dc.title Farewell to the 'Blind and Lame' (2 Samuel 5:6-10) pl
dc.type artykuł pl
dc.contributor.organization Instytut Historyczny UW pl
dc.description.eperson Łukasz Niesiołowski-Spano
dc.relation.lcategory historia pl

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