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Monday, March 4 • 14:30 - 16:30
#4/355.1 – Understanding Prophecy in Early Judaism and Christianity

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This panel focuses on perceptions and conceptions of prophecy in Early Judaism and Christianity. Since the earliest strata of its history, the phenomenon of prophecy has played a key role in the formation of Israelite society and identity. In the post-exilic period and in the context of the formation of Early Judaism, the phenomenon continued to play a foundational role, but also acquired new hues and nuances, serving also to designate a particular kind of literature. It is primarily as a type of literature that prophecy became instrumental in the formation of Christianity, which appropriated texts and traditions and incorporated original hermeneutical elements that were foundational in the construction of Christian theology and identity. The papers in this session seek to offer fresh insights on views of prophecy (whether as a social and religious phenomenon or as a literary genre) and of prophets (whether as individuals or as a corpus of sacred texts).

Chair:
Anna Mambelli (Fscire)

Panelists:
  • Rodrigo de Sousa (Faculté Jean Calvin, Aix-en-Provence) – The Semiotics of Culture and the Reading of Prophecy in Antiquity
  • Luke Neubert (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) – Theological Implications of Paul’s Use of Isaiah in Romans 11

Language: English

Moderators
AM

Anna Mambelli

FSCIRE / University of Strasbourg
Anna Mambelli was born in Cesena (Italy) in 1991.She studied Humanities at Alma Mater Studiorum-University of Bologna (2013) and took her Master's degree in Philology, Literature and Classical Tradition (2016), tutored by the Professors Renzo Tosi and Antonio Cacciari, with a thesis... Read More →

Speakers
RD

Rodrigo de Sousa

Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Faculté Jean Calvin, Aix-en-Provence
LN

Luke Neubert

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München


  Panel, Judaism
  • Language English
  • Language English

Attendees (7)