The foundation for this study is the Wisdom of Ben Sira, a book of wisdom from the beginning of the 2nd century BCE. As a teacher of wisdom, Ben Sira wishes to provide education. He is the first author in the context of the Old Testament to offer explicit reflections on the linked themes of wisdom and education. This study traces the conditions for education, the process of education, the aim of education, and thus the understanding of education in the Wisdom of Ben Sira. In addition, it provides an overview of the development of educational institutions and the understanding of education in the Ancient Orient and Greek context, at the interface of which the Wisdom of Ben Sira is located.The Sagea#39;s Language in the Bible and in Ancient Egyptian Literature, OBO 130, Freiburg(CH)/ GApttingen 1993. SjApberg, Ake W., Der Vater und ... The Acrostic Poem in Sirach 51, 13-30, HThR 64 (1971), 387400. a, Sirach 30, 12 and related anbsp;...
|Title||:||Weisheit aus der Begegnung|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2007-01-01|