By John T. Fitzgerald, Fika J. van Rensburg, Herrie F. van Rooy
Animosity in its a variety of varieties, together with enmity, struggle, murder, household violence, non secular hostility, and retaliation, is a perennial challenge that has plagued each kind of interpersonal and overseas courting because the sunrise of human life. The essays during this quantity, providing views from 3 continents, learn how animosity is known and offered within the biblical textual content and its ancient and literary contexts. The authors realize while that the Bible itself and the way it's been used have occasionally contributed to the matter of animosity and therefore search to glean any insights that would handle this challenge within the modern global, which this present day is a urgent worldwide crisis. The individuals are Henk Bakker, Paul B. Decock, John T. Fitzgerald, J. J. Fritz Kr??ger, Outi Lepp?¤, Dirk G. van der Merwe, Marius Nel, Eric Peels, Jeremy Punt, Fika J. van Rensburg, Rainer G. H. Reuter, Herrie F. van Rooy, Eben Scheffler, and Eveline van Staalduine-Sulman.
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46. Thus Wenham: “The nature of Cain’s sign or mark has been the subject of endless inconclusive speculation” (Genesis 1–15, 109). See also the digression by Westermann, Genesis 1–11, 424–27; Deurloo, Kain en Abel, 24–49; Ruth Mellinkoff, The Mark of Cain (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1981). 47. A recent variant of this is the suggestion that it was some sort of standard (see Ps 74:4) that Cain himself could erect (Seebass, Urgeschichte, 159). Peels: The World’s First Murder 31 fact that most exegetes have turned to the individual explanation of the story of Cain.
9), self-pity, protest against God (vv. 13–14), and finally the possibility of a new murder (vv. 14–15; see also v. 24). Where violence overflows its banks and escalates, only the counterviolence of God can hold back the consequences (v. 15). In the biblical narrative, the roots of human violence are localized on the breeding ground of turbid emotions. It does not make much sense to try to find deeper psychological reasons for violence: jealousy, wounded pride, and so on. Violence against one’s brother flows from great anger and malice, which break off communication (v.
Krijger, De tragiek van de schepping: Het geding rondom Marcion in de Nederlandse theologie van de twintigste eeuw (Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum, 2005). -19- 20 animosity, the bible, and us known story of Cain and Abel. After the expulsion from the garden of Eden and from God’s direct presence, man shows himself to be potentially violent. Death enters creation. Especially in the dialogues between God and Cain, violence, with both its roots and its branches, is brought into the limelight in such a way that this pericope as a whole gets a paradigmatic function.
Animosity, the Bible, and Us: Some European, North American, and South African Perspectives by John T. Fitzgerald, Fika J. van Rensburg, Herrie F. van Rooy