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Abraham in Mamre: Historische und Exegetische Studien zur by Detlef Jericke

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By Detlef Jericke

This quantity bargains with old and exegetical difficulties of the Abraham tale within the publication of Genesis. the 1st half describes the result of archaeological investigations at Hebron and Mamre in Southern Palestine together with comments at the prestige of the province of Judah within the first millennium BCE, specifically within the Babylonian and Persian interval. the second one half offers exegetical reviews on Genesis bankruptcy thirteen and 18. The concluding a part of the quantity relates the historic and exegetical points. The Abraham tale is interpreted as a manufactured from the Judaean humans of the Babylonian and Persian interval.

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Against that, he who has pity on the poor gives to God, and God will compensate him. In all the Christian tradition there is no more demanding prosecutor of interest-bearing loans than Saint Basil. He had considerable intellectual influence. He is, in fact, at the foundation of more than 1000 years of a total ban on interest by the Christian Churches, and his distant echo can be heard right up to the Cantos of Ezra Pound. Saint Gregory of Nysse, his younger brother, is less concrete but more theoretical.

A. History of Economic Analysis, London: George Allen & Unwin, 1963. TAVENEAUX, R. Jansénisme et prêt à intérêt, Paris: Librairie philosophique J. Vrin, 1977. VEYNE, P. ‘The Roman Empire’ in Aries, P. A History of Private Life, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1987. 2 Almsgiving versus Usury BIBLICAL BANS The Hebrews were the first people to condemn interest-bearing loans. The Old Testament forbids it in three different places: Exodus XXII: If you should lend money to one of my people, to the afflicted among you, you must not become like a usurer to him.

At the very moment when financial difficulties increased at the highest levels of the lay aristocracy, when the lords’ debts to the bourgeoisie were beginning to accumulate, when the art of governing through money was inclining princes to choose their best servants not from the nobility but from mercenaries and men who knew how to count, this ethic of warrior idleness and waste was taking an even greater hold on feudal Europe. It formed the armature of the class consciousness of a group which was beginning to feel threatened in its superiority.

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