Early Modes of Exegesis (Pehmeäkantinen kirja)

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In this study, the author illustrates which kind of reading strategies ancient Jewish exegetes applied to their sacred texts. She contends that these exegetes often compared identical words and phrases in Scripture to yield new interpretations. This strategy, which the rabbis later called the gezera shava, is one of the earliest midrashic techniques. Because early exegetes used an unvocalized Hebrew text, they often found out ingenious and surprising ways to explain difficult passages by using similarlooking words which in another context had a different meaning.

Valve exemplifies these ways of reading with five case studies where the five biblical personalities mentioned in the post-exilic book of Malachi are in focus. These persons are the brothers Jacob and Esau, Jacob's son Levi, Moses the lawgiver, and Prophet Elijah. Valve discusses the function that these persons have in Malachi, but she also illuminates how these persons have been used in subsequent early exegesis and how these interpretations have been influenced by Malachi.

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