Articles published by the teachers of the Protestant Theological Insitute

2010

Zsolt Kozma --- Kolozsvár · 2010
In: Tegnap, ma és örökké (Erdélyi Református Egyházkerület 2010), 126-130
Elek Rezi --- 2010
In: Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 1 (2010), 243-258
Jenő Kiss --- 2010
In: Református Szemle 103 (2010), 461-472
Sándor Kovács --- Kolozsvár · 2010
In: Brandes, Dieter, Grajdian, Vasile, Olga Lukacs Kurze Geschichte der Kirchen und Religionsgemeinschaften in Siebenbürgen. Healing of Memories. Brücke zwischen Kirchen, Kulturen und Religionen (University Press of Cluj-Napoca 2010), 149-174
Sándor Kovács --- 2010
In: Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 1 (2010), 273-285
István Pásztori-Kupán --- 2010
In: Református Szemle 103 (2010), 372-382
Sándor Kovács --- Kolozsvár · 2010
In: Bocșan, Nicolae, Brandes, Dieter, Olga Lukacs Evoluția Instituțiilor Episcopale din Transilvania. Partea I. De la începuturi până la 1740. Healing of Memories. Punte între Biserici, Culturi și Religii (University Press of Cluj-Napoca 2010), 153-164
Jenő Kiss --- 2010
In: Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 1 (2010), 179-191
Zsolt Geréb --- 2010
In: Plērōma. Studii și cercetări teologice 12 (2010), 0-0
István Pásztori-Kupán --- 2010
In: Református Szemle 103 (2010), 163-176
Tamás Juhász --- Nagyszeben · 2010
In: Moșoiu, Nicolae Relevanța operei lui Ion Bria pentru viața bisericească și socială actuală (Universitatea Lucian Blaga 2010), 203-2010
Csaba Balogh --- 2010
In: Igazság és élet 4 (2010), 15-24
Zsolt Geréb --- 2010
In: Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 1 (2010), 75-102
Zoltán Adorjáni --- 2010
In: Igazság és élet 4 (2010), 543-551
Zsolt Geréb --- 2010
In: Sacra Scripta 8 (2010), 132-146
Vilmos József Kolumbán --- 2010
In: Református Szemle 103 (2010), 421-434
István Pásztori-Kupán --- 2010
In: Református Szemle 103 (2010), 40-50
Zsolt Kozma --- Kolozsvár · 2010
In: Tegnap, ma és örökké (Erdélyi Református Egyházkerület 2010), 9-59

2009

Vilmos József Kolumbán --- Pécs · 2009
In: Kupa László Kisebbségi autonómia-törekvések Közép-Európában – a múltban és a jelenben. Tanulmányok (Pécsi Tudományegyetem 2009), 54-64
István Pásztori-Kupán --- Leuven · 2009
In: Heidl György, Somos Róbert Origeniana Nona: Origen and the Religious Practice of His Time (Peeters 2009), 285-291
Jenő Kiss --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 383-398
Bálint Károly Zabán --- 2009
In: Vetus Testamentum 59 (2009), 630-652

It is argued that the preposition in Prov 1:22b is employed as a dativus commodi, as opposed to earlier assumptions that it is a dativus ethicus. The employment of the preposition in Prov 1:22 as a dativus commodi in a construction with the verb, "to desire," implies an ironic criticism of the negative attitude of the "scoffers" towards Wisdom's call and of their revelling delight in their scoffing.

Szabolcs Czire --- 2009
In: Keresztény Magvető (2009), 163-174
Jenő Kiss --- Münster · 2009
In: Gottfried Adam Zukunftswerkstatt Konfirmandenarbeit. Perspektiven aus fünf europäischen Ländern (2009), 31-38
Tamás Juhász --- Münster · 2009
In: Fata Márta, Schindling, Anton Calvin und Reformiertentum in Ungarn und Siebenbürgen. Helvetisches Bekenntnis, Ethnie und Politik vom 16. Jahrhundert bis 1918 (Aschendorff 2009), 64-78
Zoltán Adorjáni --- 2009
In: Cercetări Biblice 3 (2009), 45-60
Csaba Balogh --- 2009
In: Biblische Notizen 142 (2009), 47-52

This article discusses the MT of Isa 33,12 and argues that the verse line "the nations will be burned to lime (שִׂיד)" is difficult in its context and distorts the parallelism, describing the fall of the enemy of Judah with the help of plant-imagery. Although Am 2,1 is often mentioned in connection with Isa 33,12, closer analysis shows that there are differences between the two texts. It is suggested that the LXX should be followed here, which goes back to a Hebrew text reading שָׂדַי, "field", "(agricultural) land" instead of שִׂיד, "lime".

István Pásztori-Kupán --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 439-454
Sándor Kovács --- 2009
In: Keresztény Magvető 115 (2009), 561-587
Zoltán Adorjáni --- Budapest · 2009
In: Pecsuk Otto A Magyar Bibliatársulat hatvan éve. Kezdetek, az új bibliafordítás, ünnepek és mindennapok, bibliamunka az új évezredben (Kálvin János Kiadó 2009), 256-272
István Pásztori-Kupán --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 195-213
István Pásztori-Kupán --- Budapest · 2009
In: Kovács Ábrahám Calvinism on the Peripheries: Religion and Civil Society in Europe (L'Harmattan 2009), 155-179
Elek Rezi --- 2009
In: Keresztény Magvető 115 (2009), 355-380
György Papp --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 659-669
Vilmos József Kolumbán --- Kolozsvár · 2009
In: Lukács Olga, Dienes Dénes A református oktatás a Kárpát-medencében 1690–1918 között (Egyetemi Műhely 2009), 119-151
Jenő Kiss --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 420-431
Zsolt Geréb --- Neukirchen-Vluyn · 2009
In: Müller, Peter Kolosser-Studien (Neukirchener Verlag 2009), 33-54
Sándor Béla Visky --- Kolozsvár · 2009
In: Bodó Márta Érték, értelem, lelkiség (Verbum 2009), 127-139
Jenő Kiss --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 5-14
Csaba Balogh --- 2009
In: Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 121 (2009), 48-69

This article argues that Isa 29,15-24 is composed of five coherent segments. The early Isaianic word, 29,15+21, was reinterpreted in a new way by an exilic author in 29,16-17+20. The presupposed blindness of Yhwh serving as a motivation for an ungodly life by those addressed in 29,15, is reconsidered as the ideology of desperate people who deem the blindness of Yhwh explains the present desolate condition of Jerusalem. The former injustice in Isaiah's society (29,21) is reinterpreted as the injustice of the foreign tyrant against the people of Yhwh. Isa 29,18+24 (the blindness of the people) and 29,19+23d-e (the oppressed Yhwh-fearing people) elaborate on the same theme in a larger context and presuppose a similar situation and author as implied by 29,16-17+21, probably to be identified with Deutero-Isaiah. A final expansion of the text reassessing the seeing of Jacob and the reverence of Yhwh by his descendants can be discerned in 29,22-23c, which probably comes from the post-exilic period.

Zsolt Geréb --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 539-546
István Pásztori-Kupán --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 573-594
Zoltán Adorjáni --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 103 (2009), 649-658
Dezső Kállay --- 2009
In: Igazság és élet 2 (2009), 482-490
István Pásztori-Kupán --- 2009
In: Keresztény Magvető 115 (2009), 252-286
Sándor Béla Visky --- 2009
In: Studia Universitatis Babeș-Bolyai. Theologia Reformata Transylvaniensis (2009), 51-74
Sándor Béla Visky --- Kolozsvár · 2009
In: Visky Sándor Béla Az értelem élete - az élet értelme (Egyetemi Műhely 2009), 55-69
Jenő Kiss --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 145-154
Vilmos József Kolumbán --- 2009
In: Református Szemle 102 (2009), 340-351
Csaba Balogh --- 2009
In: Igazság és élet 3 (2009), 357-366

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