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Title: La finale de l'épître aux Hébreux
Subtitle: Une addition alexandrine de la fin du IIe siècle?
Author(s): BURNET, Régis
Journal: Revue Biblique
Volume: 120    Issue: 3   Date: 2013   
Pages: 423-440
DOI: 10.2143/RBI.120.3.3200345

Abstract :
Reprenant l’hypothèse qu’He 13, 19.22-25 constitue un billet d’accompagnement d’un sermon prononcé autour des années 70, cet article propose de voir en Hébreux un texte provenant de Rome que l’Église d’Alexandrie aurait fait passer pour paulinien au IIe siècle. Il explique ainsi pourquoi l’Église orientale le déclara canonique plus précocement que l’Église latine.



Taking up again the hypothesis that Heb 13:19, 22-25 was originally a covering letter for a sermon delivered sometime in the 70s, this article suggests that Heb was a text that originated in Rome, and which the church of Alexandria accepted as Pauline in the second century. It thus explains why Heb was accepted as canonical in the Eastern Church much earlier than in the Western Church.

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