Les Prophètes de la Bible et la fin des temps
Collection Lectio Divina - N° 240
416 pages - nov. 2010
From Amos and Isaiah to the Apocalypse, the Biblical prophets announce a great upheaval in a world where nothing will ever be as before. They imagine this forthcoming event, the ‘Day of the Lord’, in different ways and do not all say the same thing, even if the texts, in the long run, agree on a fundamentally happy vision of the end and on an outlook filled with hope. To whom is this future happiness promised? What crises have to be endured to attain it? How does one integrate the oracles of judgement and sins into this fundamental prophetic view? What margin for manoeuvre or responsibility is there for peoples and individuals? What distinction should be made between eschatology and apocalyptic? These are some of the questions the contributors to this volume address, by providing, in the course of a journey through the Scriptures, a historical outline of prophet eschatology.
- Dimensions : 135x215x30
- ISBN : 9782204092517
- Poids : 540 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Bernard Van Meenen, Catherine Vialle, Christophe Nihan, Claude Coulot, Claude Lichtert, Daniel Marguerat, Dany Nocquet, Elena Di Pede, Élian Cuvillier, Innocent Himbaza, Jacques Bernard, Jacques Vermeylen, Jean-Daniel Macchi, Jean-Marie Carrière, Jesús Asurmendi, Philippe Abadie, Pierre-Maurice Bogaert, Thomas P. Osborne