Teología y vida
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CARBULLANCA NUNEZ, César. La tradición de los amados de Dios en Qumrán: Antecedentes para un estudio del discípulo amado en el cuarto evangelio. Teol. vida [online]. 2010, vol.51, n.3, pp. 283-306. ISSN 0717-6295. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0049-34492010000200001.
This paper studies the common apocalyptic matrix hypothesis regarding Yahvéh's beloved in the Qumran literature and Johannine Christology. This analysis advances in this direction by studying the texts found in Qumran: 4Q377 f. 1 recto col. II, 5-12; CD-A col. Ill, 1-21; 4Q213 fr. 1 (4Q213 4QAramaic Levia); 4Q491C fr. 1;(4Q427); y 4Q522 fr. 9 col. II, which refer to the tradition of the 'beloved of King', who represents a tradition linked to marginal Samaritan groups or northern groups that explain an alternative temple and priesthood to that of Jerusalem. The article exposes features that link the 'beloved of King' figure with a theology that includes exaltation, self-glorification and reflections about the suffering that the servant of God withstands. This martyrdom tradition is concomitant with the prophetical category of the emissary studied by J. Ashton and J. Buhner, as well as by us in a recent study that explains and exposes the foundations of later comparative studies with the Christology of the Fourth Gospel.
Palabras clave : Qumram; Fourth Gospel; exaltation; Yahvéh Beloved; Christology.