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autor: Baran, G.M.

tytuł: Karanie narodu żydowskiego przez Boga jako wymiar Bożej παιδεία według Drugiej Księgi Machabejskiej

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 49,2 (2016) 408-429

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słowa kluczowe: 2 Księga Machabejskagniew Bogateologia biblijnawychowanie

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Punishing of the Jewish People by God as an Expression of Divine Paideia according to the Second Book of Maccabees
When studying the historical narrative context of the Second Book of the Maccabees, one can notice many theological topics that were taken upon by the author of this book. One of them is the issue of divine punishment that was imposed on the Jewish people for their infidelity towards the Law, which consisted in practicing Hellenistic customs violating rules of the Torah. Although the infidelity was committed only by a group of the Jewish people, the punishment affected virtually the entire Jewish community in Judea. Therefore, the author of 2 Maccabees tries to explain the nature and the role of the punishment that God has inflicted upon the entire Jewish community. He strongly emphasized that the punishment which was received by the Jews immediately was educational (pedagogic) in nature (divine paideia), so that the Jewish people would return to God: God, who is faithful to His covenant and has never left His chosen people; even when chastising, He always had in mind the best interests of Israel as His firstborn.



autor: Baran, G.M.

tytuł: Współuczestnictwo świątyni jerozolimskiej w skutkach gniewu Bożego wobec Izraela (2 Mch 5,17-20) w świetle deuteronomistycznego kerygmatu

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 51,1 (2018) 5-26

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słowa kluczowe: teologia biblijna2 Księga Machabejskaświątynia jerozolimska

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Participation of the Jerusalem Temple in the Effects of Godʼs Anger towards Israel (2 Macc. 5:17-20) in the Light of the Deuteronomistic Kerygma
When analysing the history of the Jerusalem Temple during the Maccabean period, as presented in the Second Book of Maccabees, one can clearly see features of the deuteronomistic kerygma. The chosenness of the nation of Israel was closely linked with the choseness of the temple. Its prosperity depended directly on the prosperity of the chosen people. Both Israel’s and the temple’s well-being were essentially based upon fidelity of the chosen people to the Law. Deviation from the Law evoked the anger of God who consequently sent punishment to his people. The temple was directly involved in this punishment. However, the conversion of the chosen people became the basis for God’s mercy (transforming God’s anger into divine mercy) and the blessing of God as the fruit of fidelity to the Law. Another expression of God’s mercy constituted the possibility of rebuilding or purifying the temple so that God would be able to dwell in the midst of his people, and that in this chosen place Israel could pray and exercise the righteous worship in order to receive God’s blessing and mercy.



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