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Extra resources for 'At the Entrance Sin is Crouching'': The Source of Sin and Its Nature as Portrayed in Second Temple Literature
Nonsectarian Second Temple Prayer and the Inclination to Sin As noted in the introduction, one prominent approach to the source of sin in the Second Temple period assumed the view that the desire to sin is innate and basic to human beings. The idea that the source of the desire to sin is a natural (and unavoidable) component of human existence is found in the prayer, covenantal, and wisdom genres. However, the manner in which this idea is related to the concepts of free will and determinism varies by text and genre.
14 As distinct from ritual impurity; see n. 18 below. 15 D. Z. ; Berlin: M. Poppelauer, 1905), esp. 1:315; as noted by Klawans, Impurity and Sin, 13-14. This idea has also been explored by, among others, A. Büchler, Studies in Sin and Atonement in the Rabbinic Literature of the First Century (London: Oxford University, 1928), 212-69; J. Milgrom (Leviticus 1-16: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. (AB 3; New York: Doubleday, 1992), 253-92); T. Frymer-Kensky (“Pollution, Purification, and Purgation in Biblical Israel,” in The Word of the Lord Shall Go Forth: Essays in Honor of David Noel Freedman in Celebration of his Sixtieth Birthday (ed.
28 Theoretical Concerns The texts included in this study present a series of challenges for the researcher. Those texts that have survived in their original language are fragmentary in nature, and are frequently given to multiple interpretations. Many other texts, specifically those belonging to the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, have a complicated history of textual transmission, and many have survived only as a translation of a translation. 63 It is therefore necessary to avoid “over-analyzing” a fragmentary text and to eschew too great an emphasis on translated terminology.
'At the Entrance Sin is Crouching'': The Source of Sin and Its Nature as Portrayed in Second Temple Literature by Miryam T. Brand