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Type: Artigo
Title: The Narrative Of The Appeal Of The Inspectors Of The Children Of Israel To Pharaoh (ex 5,15-19)
Title Alternative: A Narrativa Do Apelo Dos Inspetores Dos Filhos De Israel Ao Faraó (ex 5,15-19)
Author: Melo dos Santos
Marcos Eduardo; da Silva
Susana Aparecida
Abstract: The narrative on Ex 5,15-19 provides a hearing before Pharaoh, not carried out by the prophets brothers, but by the inspectors of the children of Israel. The Israelites complain before Pharaoh posing as his servants, therefore, worthy of attention and mercy. The final demarcation of the episode takes place with the reflection of the inspectors about the Pharaoh's order (v. 19). In this passage, the use of the possessive suffixes shown significant because of the parallelism between the divine possession assignments of the people in the speeches of Moses (my people and thy people) and submission alleged by inspectors in relation to Pharaoh (your servants). Despite the subservience of Israeli inspectors, the monarch does not respond as they wanted. A question arises from reading the episode: it is possible to negotiate freedom with the tyrant? From a methodological point of view, the dissertation aims to present a text exegesis, which aims to understand it in itself, that is, ideas, intentions, the literary form of the specific text and its formal relationships with other biblical texts.
Subject: Exodus
Narrative Inspectors
Servants
Possessive Pronoun
Editor: Pontificia Univ Catolica Parana-PCPR
Curitiba
Citation: Revista Pistis & Praxis-teologia E Pastoral. Pontificia Univ Catolica Parana-pcpr, v. 8, p. 465 - 495, 2016.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.7213/revistapistispraxis.08.002.AO02
Address: http://www2.pucpr.br/reol/pb/index.php/pistis?dd1=16259&dd99=view&dd98=pb
Date Issue: 2016
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