La question du pauvre dans le premier psautier davidique, Psaumes 3-41, comme réponse à Proverbes 30,13-14


Le premier psautier davidique correspond à une réaffirmation du Messie davidique et par la même occasion celle du Pauvre postexilique exploité auquel David est identifié par les titres des psaumes. La prise en compte du Pauvre est conforme à l’influence du livre des Proverbes et plus spécialement Proverbes 30,1-14 sur le premier livre du Psautier. La référence à l’Arche de Yahvé que David a fait monter à Jérusalem explique le rôle du Psaume 68 dans le premier livre du Psautier et au-delà celle du livre des Nombres.

The first Book of the Davidic Psalms corresponds to a reaffirmation of the Davidic Messiah. Similarly, they correspond to exploitation of the postexilic poor in which David is identified in the titles of the psalms. By taking into account the poor in the first book of the Psalter, the first book reveals the influence of the Book of Proverbs, especially Prov 30,1-14. The reference to the Ark of Yahweh that David moved to Jerusalem, explains the role Psalm 68 played in the first book of the Psalms as well as in the Book of Numbers.


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