By Henning Graf Reventlow, Yair Hoffman
Three papers take care of the starting place of the Decalogue: Yair Hoffman at the infrequent stating of the Decalogue within the Hebrew Bible outdoors the Torah; E. L. Greenstein considers that already A. ibn Ezra doubted that God himself spoke within the Ten Commandments and states that much more likely their rhetoric shows it was once Moses who proclaimed the Decalogue; A. Bar-Tour speaks in regards to the cognitive elements of the Decalogue revelation tale and its frame.
The moment half considers the later use of the Decalogue: G. Nebe describes its use with Paul; P. Wick discusses the symbolic radicalization of 2 commandments in James and the Sermon at the Mount; A. Oppenheimer explains the elimination of the Decalogue from the day-by-day Shem'a prayer as a degree opposed to the minim's declare of a better spiritual significance of the Decalogue in comparison to the Torah; W. Geerlings examines Augustine's quotations of the Decalogue; H. Reventlow depicts its imperative position in Luther's catechisms; Y. Yacobson discusses its position with Hasidism.
The symposium closes with papers on systematic subject matters: C. Frey follows a potential solution to criminal universalism; G. Thomas describes the Decalogue as an "Ethics of Risk"; F. H. Beyer/M. Waltemathe search a tutorial perspective.
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35. The interpretation offered by the Septuagint was greatly developed and elaborated by Philo (see Philo, On the Decalogue 142–53); it reappeared among Jewish commentators of the Middle Ages (such as Ibn Ezra, Sforno), and is also common among modern scholars (see Cassuto, Exodus, 248–49; Bernard S. Jackson, “Liability for Mere Intention in Early Jewish Law,” in Essays in Jewish and Comparative Legal History [Leiden: Brill, 1975], 202–34; M. , The Ten Commandments in History and Tradition, 106–9; Jacob, Exodus, 575).
Another code of behavior is found in Isa 58:6–7. There, however, the prophet answers the question, what is the “fast that I choose,” namely, a fast that would expunge sin. Therefore, the list refers to deeds that demonstrate real repentance, that is, correcting the previous evils. This is quite different from the other behavioral code lists. 25. Yet, the generic af¿liation of Job to the Wisdom Literature is problematic. See Yair Hoffman, A Blemished Perfection: The Book of Job in Context (JSOTSup 213; Shef¿eld: Shef¿eld Academic, 1996), 31–45, 301–10.
Dana; Haifa: The Institute for Hebrew–Arabic Comparative, 2000). 30. 32 The real interaction is between a person and an object. In the initial situation, the object is in its proper place, where it belongs. The transformative event, the theft, starts with some visual contact between the perpetrator and the object, followed by an action that changes its location. At this moment, the place is at one and the same time the object’s legal location and the place where the theft occurs. To steal is to take something without permission or legal right without intending to return it.