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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53812
Doc. No:TL23766
Call number:‭NR31130‬
Main Entry:Mayjee Philip
Title & Author:“Someone has said somewhere”: A ‘transtextual’ analysis of the tabernacle theme in the Letter to the HebrewsMayjee Philip
College:Concordia University (Canada)
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:229
Abstract:Although the Letter to the Hebrews has merited immense amounts of scholarly attention regarding its use of Hebrew Scriptures, Hebrews scholarship is lacking a critical accounting of the dependence of Hebrews on the Hebrew Scriptures, especially Leviticus, to construct a meaningful text. My dissertation, which addresses this lacuna, is interested in how the author of Hebrews uses the textual levitical Tabernacle theme to construct the central motif of the heavenly Tabernacle in Hebrews. In analysing the ways in which Hebrews relates to Hebrew Scriptures, I make use of literary theorist Geŕard Genette's model of "transtextuality," which classifies different kinds of textual relations between antecedent and successor texts. This model sets in relief the variegated relationships Hebrews has with Hebrew Scriptures in general and Leviticus in particular. Using Genette's model, I identify various types of transtextual relationships that exist between Hebrews and Hebrew Scriptures. Based on the results of this mapping, I argue that the author's selective use of symbolism associated with the levitical Tabernacle and priesthood gives the author the scope to present Jesus as the High Priest at the heavenly Tabernacle.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Hebrews (letter to the); Tabernacle theme; Bible; 0321:Bible
Added Entry:Concordia University (Canada)