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La généralisation de la prophétie dans le Nouveau Testament : sources, modalités de déploiement, limites et enjeux

Abstract : Several New Testament texts reflects a certain form of generalization of prophecy within early Christianity. This belief contrasts with the relative absence of a similar expectation within intertestamental Judaism, brought to light through an investigation of ancient Jewish literature. An examination of Christian sources reveals the practice of congregational prophecy within early Christianity.In light of these background elements, it is shown how three New Testament texts view, each in its own way, the deployment of the generalization of prophecy. For the author of Acts, believers in Jesus-Christ constitute a prophetic nation who is experiencing the eschatological outpouring of the Spirit of prophecy announced in Joel 3. In 1 Corinthians 12-14, Paul offers a set of regulations regarding the implementation of the generalization of prophecy in the Christian community. The book of Revelation invites to consider the people of the Lamb as bearers of a prophetic testimony in this world. The analysis of these texts pays attention to sociological issues related to the generalization of prophecy.
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Timothée Minard. La généralisation de la prophétie dans le Nouveau Testament : sources, modalités de déploiement, limites et enjeux. Religions. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAK009⟩. ⟨tel-03330524⟩

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