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    Title: 詩篇85中שָׁלוֹם的研究—以希伯來詩歌體與正典研究法分析
    The Idea of שָׁלוֹם In Psalms 85: A Study of Hebrew Poetry and Canonical Approaches.
    Authors: 李造宇
    Lee, Tsaw-Yeu
    Contributors: 台灣神學院
    Keywords: 平安
    Hebrew poetry
    Lament of community
    Davidic covenant
    Date: 2017-06-15
    Issue Date: 2017-07-24T08:22:31Z (UTC)
    Abstract: 論文摘要:
    詩篇85的形式(genre)為團體哀歌,在團體哀歌中,平安的意義以及平安與公義的關係這兩個主題,進一步的藉由G. H. Wilson所提出的正典研究,以詩篇的上下脈絡與整體架構來閱讀、詮釋詩篇85。從詩篇150篇大架構的脈絡,以及對卷三每一首詩篇做概略分析,卷三極可能是在被擄流亡的歷史事件所造成的影響中,呈現出大衛之約的失落(failure),雅威的受膏者被遺棄的信息哀歌。
    This paper treats the meanings of peace(שָׁלוֹם,š¹lôm) in Ps. 85, utilizing Hebrew poetry and the Canonical method to analyze the psalm.

    Through the analysis of Hebrew poetry, the structure of stanzas and strophes in Ps. 85 shows a symmetrical structure. With the alternation of themes, the poet conveys its messages in literature. In addition, the meter, parallelism and rhyme of the psalm intensify the messages it delivers.

    According to the results of Hebrew poetic study, we infer from the messages of peace that God preemptively saved the people through God’s initiative, before his people had even prayed. Yahweh “showed favor to the land and restored the fortunes of Jacob”. From disorder, God restored peace. Yahweh and his people were close to each other, and turned to each other. The people of Yahweh experienced inner joy and abundance. God restored the relationship with Israel and offered peace.

    In terms of genre, Ps. 85 is typically called a psalm of communal lament; the meaning of peace in this communal lament, and the relationship between peace and righteousness, needs more discussion. According to the method proposed by G. H. Wilson, drawing on the structure of the 150 psalms and the analysis of the poetry in Book III, Book III may reflect the historical events of the post-exilic period. Following the failure of the Davidic covenant, Yahweh's anointed one was abandoned in the messages of Book III.

    Thus the meaning of peace in Ps. 85 in the background of Book III is centered in the expectation of Yahweh's salvation and his steadfast love for Israel. The psalm pivots from the failure of the kingdom of David and the dependence on David to a renewed trust in Yahweh. When God's people walk in the way of righteousness, Yahweh will grant peace to them. The embrace of righteousness and peace will embody the restored relationship between God and his people.
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