As Origens dos Livros de Samuel: Status Quaestionis

  • Leonardo Pessoa da Silva Pinto Pontifícia Universidade Católica (Minas Gerais) Pontifício Instituto Bíblico (Roma)
Palavras-chave: Antigo Testamento, Samuel, História Deuteronomista, História da Sucessão.

Resumo

Este artigo apresenta as hipóteses sobre a formação dos livros de Samuel e discute sobretudo a pertença de 1-2Samuel à História Deuteronomista e a origem da História da Sucessão. A história da pesquisa diacrônica sobre 1-2Samuel até a sua situação atual, na sua pluralidade de correntes e opiniões, é posta em evidência e avaliada. A conclusão é a de que, apesar da falta de consenso entre os estudiosos, a pesquisa diacrônica sobre as origens de 1-2Samuel desvelaram muitos aspectos importantes destes livros e que este tipo de pesquisa continua sendo necessário.

Biografia do Autor

Leonardo Pessoa da Silva Pinto, Pontifícia Universidade Católica (Minas Gerais) Pontifício Instituto Bíblico (Roma)

graduação em teologia pela PUC MG e CES de Juiz de Fora

mestrado e doutorado pelo PIB, Roma

professor de Exegese Biblica, PUC MG 

atualmente em programa de post-doc e assistente no PIB, Roma

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2018-08-21