Intertextualidade irônica em Jn 3:7-4:2

Lucas Alamino Iglesias Martins, Luciano Geraldo Mateus da Silva

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Este artigo visa examinar alguns aspectos literários em Jonas, bem como verificar as relações intertextuais entre o texto de Jn 3:7-4:2 e Êx 32-34, analisando os aspectos irônicos presentes nas conexões entre as duas narrativas, principalmente, na relação entre os profetas Jonas e Moisés, no qual se destaca a forma irônica com a qual o autor apresenta as ações do profeta.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17851/1982-3053.12.23.160-177

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