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2. Sirach 6:5–17 a. ” Moreover, Irwin (“Fear of God”) examines Ben Sira’s analogy between human friendship (6:5–17) and God’s relationship with those who serve him (2:1–18). ” See also J. Corley, “Caution, Fidelity, and the Fear of God: Ben Sira’s Teaching on Friendship in Sir 6:5–17,” EstBib 54 (1996): 313–26. My study of the pericope has benefited from J. ” 3 On the delimitation of 6:5–17, see Beentjes, “Ein Mensch ohne Freund,” 3–4. 4 The limits of the poem are indicated, not only by its distinctiveness of content, but also by the structure.
O. Kaiser sees the importance of friendship in Ben Sira’s day as a response to the increasing isolation of the individual in a time of change; see “Gottesgewißheit und Weltbewußtsein in der frühhellenistischen jüdischen Weisheit,” in Der Mensch unter dem Schicksal, 122–34, esp. 128–30. 54 While the sage resolutely opposes the radical hellenizers who desert the law of the Most High (41:8), his writings exhibit traces of Hellenistic culture (his esteem for friendship, his mention of symposia, his echoes of the sentiments of Theognis, his similarities with Stoic thought).
Ben Sira's Teaching on Friendship (Brown Judaic Studies) by Jeremy Corley