By Daniel Olson
'A New analyzing of the Animal Apocalypse of one Enoch' is the main complete theological remark in this vital second-century BCE Jewish apocalypse thus far, laying out the aim and method of this Enochic allegory and utilizing this because the foundation for a brand new remark frequently textual content, offered the following in a clean translation. opposed to different interpretations that concentrate on Israel and its associations, Daniel Olson argues that the promise of common blessing within the Abrahamic covenant is gifted within the 'Animal Apocalypse' because the governing dynamic in a sacred historical past that starts off and ends with humanity typically. The real Jacob/Israel will seem in any case instances and be the catalyst of common salvation.
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252–256). Assefa, “The Enigmatic Ending,” 556–557. 24 Lindars, “A Bull, a Lamb and a Word,” 485. 25 Tiller, A Commentary, 387; similarly Elliott, The Survivors of Israel, 471 n. 89. 26 Lindars, “A Bull, a Lamb and a Word,” 485. 27 Mitchell, “Firstborn Shor and Rem,” 217 n. 19. 28 It should be noted that this argument could be marshaled in favor of Nickelsburg’s solution if someone were to find “leader” more inherently plausible than “lamb” to begin with. 23 26 chapter one b. Who Is the White Bull?
Newsom (“Enoch 83–90,” 31) also argues that the community of 93:10 is the Enochians, based on the sectarian language (“chosen”). 52 Charles, Book of Enoch, 241. 53 While most scholars think the Apoc. of Weeks comes from a different hand than the “Admonitions,” in which it is embedded, there remains a significant number of scholars who see no compelling reason for postulating multiple authorship, including Milik (Books of Enoch, 255–256), VanderKam (Enoch and the Growth, 145), García Martinez (Qumran and Apocalyptic, 79–84), Gabriele Boccaccini (Beyond the Essene Hypothesis: The Parting of the Ways between Qumran and Enochic Judaism [Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998], 104–106, 109–112, 131–136), Olson (Enoch, A New Translation, 17), and Michael Knibb (“The Apocalypse of Weeks and the Epistle of Enoch,” in Enoch and Qumran Origins: New Light on a Forgotten Connection [ed.
3 So Reese, Die Geschichte, 42–43; Müller, Studien zur frühjüdischen Apocalyptik, 164–166; and Bedenbender, Der Gott der Welt, 208–211. the scope and the focus of the allegory 21 There is no manuscript support for this, and it leaves unexplained the universal vision already implicit in verse 33: And all who had been destroyed and dispersed, and all the beasts of the field and all the birds of the sky, gathered together in that house, and the Lord of the flock rejoiced with great joy because all of them had become good, and they had returned to his house.
A New Reading of the Animal Apocalypse of 1 Enoch: "All Nations Shall be Blessed" - With a New Translation and Commentary by Daniel Olson