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Teología y vida

versión impresa ISSN 0049-3449

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CARBULLANCA N, P. César. Estudio del paradigma mesiánico de Elías: Historia de su interpretación. Teol. vida [online]. 2006, vol.47, n.4, pp.423-442. ISSN 0049-3449.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0049-34492006000300002.

The messianic expectation of the eschatological prophet is presented in Sacred Scripture in the following texts: Dt 18:18, Ex 23:20 and Mal 3: 1, 23, which speak of the figures of Moses and Elijah. This article, the first in a series, is centered solely upon Elijah and presents the history of the interpretation that has been done regarding the figure of this prophet during the period that extends from late Judaism to primitive Christianity. The article explains, in the first place, the conceptual and terminological backgrounds of this expectation. In the second place, it expounds upon the diverse connotations that the figure of Elijah possessed during late Judaism, as much in Qumran as in rabbinical literature. Thirdly, it develops the interpretation that distinct Christian communities made about the coming of Elijah redivivus, represented by the texts Lk 1: 68-79; 7: 26-29 and Mk 9: 11-13. This interpretative history presents a "panorama" that adequately contextualizes the different Christological confessions within the New Testament texts

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