L’attesa della pace in preghiere di ebrei e cristiani come esempio di definizione di identità

Pino di Luccio

Resumen


En estas páginas presento el significado bíblico de la paz y propongo que en el Evangelio de Mateo la petición para la remisión de las deudas del Padre Nuestro especifica una característica de la paz. Acto seguido, explico el significado de la paz en el Benedictus, y presento ejemplos de oraciones del Segundo Templo para ilustrar la variedad de los significados de la paz entre los grupos judíos de esta época. A continuación, presento el significado de la paz en algunas oraciones hebreas (de la sinagoga), sugiriendo las razones por las que es posible suponer que, en algún caso, a través de la petición de la paz, es diferenciada intencionadamente la identidad religiosa de aquellos que recitan estas oraciones de la identidad de quien recita el Padre Nuestro y el Benedictus.

Palabras clave


paz; oración; perdón; Padre Nuestro; Benedictus; ‘Amȋdāh; Shәma‘; Qadȋš

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