Beatific afterlife in ancient Israel and in the ancient Near by Klaas Spronk

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43; a c c o r d in g t o C h a rles th e "d ead s o u l" o n ly " s u b s is t s " . 3 I b i d . , p . 39. 4 P ed erse n 1926:179. 5 I b i d . , p . 180. 6 n ,t Z i j n geen z i e l e n o f g e e s te n , maar menschen d aar in de S c h e o l" b in k 1 90 7:257). (Ob­ 7 C f. H . H. S ch m idt, EvTh 24 (1 9 6 0 ),3 8 1 ; W o l f f 1977:40; F ü g l i s t e r 1980:143; and Sonnemans 1984:316325. 4 . Modem R esearch 33 tam ent s c h o la r s h ip 1, h o w ever, was n o t e a s i l y d is m is s e d .

4 I b i d . , p p . 331-332. 5 C f. Obbink 1907:248-250. 6 Lods 1 90 6:1,214; c f . a ls o s ta d e , Geschichte des Volkes Is r a e l, I , pp. 425-426 and K arge 1917:623-624. 7 Lods 1906:1,215. 8 C f. S ch w a lly 1892:7-8. 9 C f. S c h w a lly 1892:92-96 and Lods 1906:1,214. 32 1. The H is t o r y o f I n t e r p r e t a t io n A c c o rd in g t o C h a rles t h i s d evelop m en t has in flu e n c e d th e c o n c e p tio n s o f th e s o u l. In th e p r e - Y a h w is t ic s ta g e th e I s r a e l i t e s k e p t t o a d ich otom y: a human b e in g c o n s is t s o f a body and a s o u l o r s p i r i t .

2 C f. G. B ertram , ZAW 5 4 (1 9 3 6 ),1 6 4 -1 6 6 . 3 C f. T o u m a y 1962:499 and in g e n e r a l a ls o N ic a c c i 1983:14. 2 ab ove and Fishbane 1985:65-77 who speaks o f p io u s r e v is io n s and t h e o l o g i c a l addenda. 3 . R e v is io n s o f O ld T esta m en t T e x ts 21 way in w hich th e M a s so retes h ave p u n ctu a ted E c c l 3 :2 1 . They ap p ea r t o have r e p la c e d th e o r i g i n a l i n t e r r o g a t i v e p a r t i c l e s b y a r t i c l e s . In t h i s way th e y changed th e t e x t i n t o a fir m s ta te m e n t about th e d i f f e r e n c e in d es ­ t i n y betw een man and b e a s t : th e s p i r i t o f man go es upward ( a f t e r d e a t h ), w hereas th e s p i r i t o f th e b e a s t goes down t o th e e a r t h 1.

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