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Melkitsedeq ou la tradition primordiale

The originality of Jean Tourniac’s method lies in "raising the bar” with regards to the chronology of monotheism by moving from Abraham to Melchizedek, king of justice and of Salem and priest Most-High. Of particular interest is the author’s line of questioning concerning Christianity and Judaism which have both attempted to appropriate Melchizedek, in order to exalt him, or conversely, to diminish his functional importance.

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Melkitsedeq ou la tradition primordiale

Melkitsedeq ou la tradition primordiale

The originality of Jean Tourniac’s method lies in "raising the bar” with regards to the chronology of monotheism by moving from Abraham to Melchizedek, king of justice and of Salem and priest Most-High. Of particular interest is the author’s line of questioning concerning Christianity and Judaism which have both attempted to appropriate Melchizedek, in order to exalt him, or conversely, to diminish his functional importance.

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Melchizedek is without doubt the most enigmatic figure of the Old Testament. He appears in three verses of Genesis and half of one verse is a psalm. Without genealogy, he appeared alone and disappeared in the same way, with no mention of his death. Priest of the Most High and king of Salem, he is not connected to the patriarch Abraham, who nevertheless offers him tithes, receives his blessing and communes with him. We know that Melchizedek was at the root of a number of disputes between the Synagogue and the Church of Christ. Within Judaism just as in Christianity there has been an attempt to appropriate him in order to exalt him, or conversely, to diminish his importance. If the study of Jean Tourniac refers to Guenonian perspectives in order to define the notion of Primordial Tradition, she is quick to arrive at a comprehensive analysis of the texts belonging to Judaism, Christianity and Islam and dismiss the Jewish, Gnostic and Christian speculation that endured until the 20th Century.

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Author
J TOURNIAC
Editor
DERVY
Number of pages
336
Type of book
Poche
Language
French
Dimensions
11 x 18

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