This volume presents essays by Michael Bachmann, Beate Ego, Thomas Hieke, Martin Karrer, and Dieter Sänger. The essays are proceedings of a conference on Biblical Intertextuality, held Mar. 14-16, 2005, and arranged by the Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft für Theologie.
The perspective is intertextual and cross-disciplinary. Various themes that connect Ezekiel and Revelation: prophecy, theophanic visions, judgment, temple, the New Jerusalem, are treated, as is also the question as to which Ezekiel-text is used in Revelation. Some questions about the ancient Jewish reception of Revelation are touched as well. More.