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J. Fabry and H. W. Jüngling; Bonner Biblische Beiträge 119; Berlin: Philo, 1999), 125–217. 114 Jan N. Bremmer, “Scapegoat Rituals in Ancient Greece,” HSCP 87 (1983): 299–320 with a postscript reprinted in Oxford Readings in Greek Religion (ed. R. G. A. Buxton; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), 271–93; Bremmer, “Scapegoat between Hittites”, 184 ff. 115 Otto Kaiser likewise advocates a close intercultural relationship between Greek and Judaic tradition, see Otto Kaiser, “Athen und Jerusalem: Die Begegnung des spätbiblischen Judentums mit dem griechischen Geist, ihre Voraussetzungen und ihre Folgen,” in Die Griechen und der Vordere Orient: Beiträge zum Kultur- und Religionskontakt zwischen Griechenland und dem Vorderen Orient im 1.

As for the other goat, “the priest would lay hands on it and confess the ‘iniquities,’ that is, the deliberate sins and transgressions of the people. , 51. Bernd Janowski and Gernot Wilhelm, “ ‘Der Bock, der die Sünden hinausträgt,’ ” in Religionsgeschichtliche Beziehungen zwischen Kleinasien, Nordsyrien und dem Alten Testament: Internationales Symposium Hamburg 1990 (ed. B. ; OBO 129; Fribourg: Universitätsverlag, 1993), 109–69, 129–30; Bernd Janowski, “Azazel und der Sündenbock: Zur Religionsgeschichte von Leviticus 16,10.

Idea of redemption and substitute. BEATE PONGRATZ-LEISTEN 32 Mythical context 9. Idea of ransom given for the life of a deity. Mesopotamian religious tradition displays a whole range of concepts of ritual killing, eliminatory rites and substitute rites, the idea of the offering with communicative function as well as the idea of guilt and sin, and the legal tradition knows of the idea of the ransom paid to redeem one’s life. The crucial difference between the Old Testament theology and Mesopotamian tradition is that in Mesopotamia there is no direct connection between sacrifice and purification rites which consequently also implies that there is no sacrifice to atone for the sin or sacrifice to atone for the guilt.

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