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|Title:||The prayer of Manasses: orthodox tradition and modern studies in dialogue||Authors:||Ayuch, Daniel Alberto||Affiliations:||Institute of Theology||Keywords:||Orthodox Theology
History of the Bible
|Issue Date:||2012||Part of:||V. S. Hovhanessian (Ed.), The Canon of the Bible and the Apocrypha in the churches of the east. P. Lang.||Start page:||7||End page:||20||Abstract:||
This article offers a new approach to the process of interpreting The Prayer of Manasses based on modern exegetical theories, especially the canonical reading of the Old Testament and the linguistic synchronic methods. Due to its remarkable place in the Lent liturgy, the Prayer of Manasses has an important place in the Orthodox spirituality and several writings from Early Christianity have referred to it as a source and pattern for the repentance discourse. Moreover, its place in the Septuaginta and its relation with the Chronicler narrative gives a particular approach to the Orthodox interpretation of the Old Testament..
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