Dr. Wojciech Kosek presents:
The main website
of my biblical exegeses in English

https://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/
Kosek_mainWeb_UK.html

The original rite of the Passover in the light of the literary scheme
of the Book of Exodus 1–18,
Cracow 2008:

  1. The summary of my doctoral thesis.
  2. The Internet presentation of the main questions.
  3. Introduction: Introduction to analyses of the original rite of the Passover in the light of the literary scheme of the Book of Exodus 1–18
  4. Chapter I: Division of the Book of Exodus into fundamental literary units according to the thought of its final writer-redactor. Presentation of the research method sequence. The parts are:

  5. Chapter II. Part I: The dependence of the literary structure of Ex 1-18 on the way how God made the covenant with Abram (Gen 15)
  6. Chapter II. Part II: The literary scheme of the Book of Exodus 1-18 as the scheme of the Hittite treaties
  7. Chapter III. Part I: The meaning of the original division of the Passover Seder into four main parts
  8. Chapter III. Part II: The Passover Afikoman in light of its Hebrew origin (אֲפִיקוֹמָן)
  9. Chapter III. Part III: The literary structure of Ex 1-18 and pericope of law 12:1-13:16, and anticipatory nature of the Passover supper
  10. Conclusion: The beauty and logic of arrangement of six pericopes of Ex 1-18 as the disproving of the modern theory of sources
  11. Rev. Professor Dr. hab. Bogdan Poniży, The Review Report on the Ph.D. Thesis of Wojciech Kosek’s dissertation

The other articles:

  1. Tzafun (Cafun) – copy of my article in Wikipedia.
  2. The covenant-making in Ex 1-18 on the background of the Ancient Near Eastern customs.
  3. Four parts of Passover and Eucharist. Why four?
  4. “Breaking of bread” in 1Cor 11:24 and breaking of Paschal Afikoman (אֲפִיקוֹמָן) in “The Passover Haggadah” and “The Tractate Pesahim”
  5. The logic of circular reasoning in the exegesis of XX-century, and its overcoming
  6. Jesus as Anathema (1Cor 12:3) in light of Didache 16:5 in translation by A. Świderkówna
  7. The command to proclaim the death of the Lord ‘until He comes’ (1Cor 11:26) in light of the comparative grammatical analysis
  8. Christ’s “anamnesis” as the sacrifice offered before His fight against the devil
  9. Why does the Last Supper in the Gospel of St. John (13-17) contain no words of consecration?
  10. Supporting notes on Hebrew and Greek fonts.

Eucharist and adoration after its finish:

This side in other formats – click, please! → a/. Word or b/. PDF