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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55211
Doc. No:TL25165
Call number:‭3211948‬
Main Entry:Mariano K. Tomaszewski
Title & Author:Healing patterns of the Hebrew Bible in the Synoptic healing activity of JesusMariano K. Tomaszewski
College:Claremont School of Theology
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:254
Abstract:This dissertation offers a new perspective in the study of biblical concepts of healing and restoration. It takes into account all kinds of healings/restorations, including physical, spiritual, and metaphorical. The first part of the research engages form critical scrutiny of the Hebrew words rapha (to heal), and marpe (health, healing). It includes a detailed analysis of all the occurrences of these words in their original contexts. This study leads to an establishment of a regular pattern or sequence of theological concepts that are ingrained in the Form of the two analyzed words. Subsequently, the form critical paradigm is taken as the interpretational key for the understanding and the internal coherence of the healing/restorative theology of the Hebrew Bible. The second part of the study approaches the healing activity of the Synoptic Jesus in the framework of form critical patterns of rapha/marpe. Both the Hebrew Bible and the Synoptic theology of healing reveal a structured, sequential and apparently necessary connection between the action of healing and other theological concepts. While in general the Synoptic process of healing/restoration coincides with Old Testament healing trajectories and stages, at some critical moments the Evangelists introduce new elements that modify rapha/marpe patterns and thus define the nature and particular understanding of the early Christian concept of healing.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Healing; Hebrew Bible; Jesus Christ; Synoptic; Bible; 0321:Bible
Added Entry:G. J. Riley
Added Entry:Claremont School of Theology