A ESTRUTURA LITERÁRIA DE OSEIAS 2:4[2]-25[23]

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  • Matheus Grillo Ramos de Carvalho Centro Universitário Adventista de São Paulo (Unasp)

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Muilenburg, estrutura, Oseias.

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No encontro anual da Society of Biblical Literature de 1968, o então presidente James Muilenburg fez um desafio para que maior atenção fosse dada às peculiaridades de cada texto bíblico. Sua proposta apontava duas tarefas em especial: 1) delimitar adequadamente a perícope; e 2) estabelecer sua estrutura juntamente com o relacionamento entre as partes da composição. Este trabalho faz uso do método de Muilenburg no texto de Oseias 2:4-25 a fim de apreender sua estrutura literária e seu conteúdo. Além disso, visa a oferecer um modelo de análise estrutural e mostrar seu valor para a exegese bíblica, ao passo que revela, livro de Oseias, o papel do juízo divino ao lidar com o seu povo quando este viola a aliança.

 

Palavras-chave: Muilenburg; estrutura; Oseias.

 

Abstract: At the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, in 1968, the then President, James Muilenburg, challenged people to focus more attention to the peculiarities of every biblical text. His proposal pointed out two tasks, in particular: 1) to define properly the pericope and 2) to establish its structure along with the relationship between the parts of the composition. This paper uses the Muilenburg's method in the text of Hosea 2:4-25 in order to grasp its literary structure and contents. Moreover, it aims to present a model of structural analysis and show its value to biblical exegesis, while revealing, through the book of Hosea, the role of the divine judgment, by dealing with his people when they violate the covenant.

 

Keywords: Muilenburg; Structure; Hosea.

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2016-07-04

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CARVALHO, M. G. R. de. A ESTRUTURA LITERÁRIA DE OSEIAS 2:4[2]-25[23]. Kerygma, Engenheiro coelho (SP), v. 10, n. 1, p. 98–112, 2016. Disponível em: https://revistas.unasp.edu.br/kerygma/article/view/668. Acesso em: 25 fev. 2024.

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