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La Estela de Merneptah y la tasa de desempleo: ideología y teología en la historiografía de los orígenes de Israel

  title={La Estela de Merneptah y la tasa de desempleo: ideolog{\'i}a y teolog{\'i}a en la historiograf{\'i}a de los or{\'i}genes de Israel},
  author={Milton Acosta Ben{\^i}tez},
  journal={Theologica xaveriana},
Una de las grandes preguntas en los estudios biblicos durante los ultimos tres siglos es en que sentido son historicos los relatos biblicos. Incluso los biblistas mas conservadores han concluido que el cuadro de los origenes de Israel es sumamente complejo, que no siempre disponemos de evidencia directa y que la ideologia del investigador juega un papel fundamental en la investigacion biblica. Este articulo muestra que, en ultimas, no existe consenso ni una ultima palabra sobre los origenes de… Expand
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