"Verdrehte" Familienverhältnisse: die Beziehung zwischen Rahel, Lea und Jakob und ihre Entwicklungen = A “twisted” family : how the relationships between Rachel, Lea and Jacob develop

This article focuses on the relationship between Rachel and Lea as well as their respective relationships with God and their husband Jacob. Special attention is paid to the meanings of the names given their children at birth. It is shown that Jacob turns toward his previously neglected wife Lea as s...

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Published in:Protokolle zur Bibel
Subtitles:A “twisted” family
Main Author: Lass, Magdalena 1985-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:German
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Published: Österr. Kath. Bibelwerk 2016
In: Protokolle zur Bibel
Year: 2016, Volume: 25, Issue: 1, Pages: 1-25
IxTheo Classification:HB Old Testament
Further subjects:B Rahel Biblical person
B Relationship
B Patriarchal history
B Rachel
B Lea
B Family
B Lea Biblical person
B Jacob
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Summary:This article focuses on the relationship between Rachel and Lea as well as their respective relationships with God and their husband Jacob. Special attention is paid to the meanings of the names given their children at birth. It is shown that Jacob turns toward his previously neglected wife Lea as soon as the third child (Levi) is born, whereas Rachel actively tries to change her fate. Within the story, the characters of Rachel and Jacob are often mirrored, especially in their struggle with their siblings.
ISSN:2412-2467
Contains:Enthalten in: Protokolle zur Bibel
Persistent identifiers:HDL: 11353/10.441469