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1 Sva je zemlja imala jedan jezik i riječi iste.

2 Ali kako su se ljudi selili s istoka, naiđu na jednu dolinu u zemlji Šinearu i tu se nastane.

3 Jedan drugome reče: "Hajdemo praviti opeke te ih peći da otvrdnu!" Opeke im bile mjesto kamena, a paklina im služila za žbuku.

4 Onda rekoše: "Hajde da sebi podignemo grad i toranj s vrhom do neba! Pribavimo sebi ime, da se ne raspršimo po svoj zemlji!"

5 Jahve se spusti da vidi grad i toranj što su ga gradili sinovi čovječji.

6 Jahve reče. "Zbilja su jedan narod, s jednim jezikom za sve! Ovo je tek početak njihovih nastojanja. Sad im ništa neće biti neostvarivo što god naume izvesti.

7 Hajde da siđemo i jezik im pobrkamo, da jedan drugome govora ne razumije."

8 Tako ih Jahve rasu odande po svoj zemlji te ne sazidaše grada.

9 Stoga mu je ime Babel, jer je ondje Jahve pobrkao govor svima u onom kraju i odande ih je Jahve raspršio po svoj zemlji.

10 Ovo su potomci Šemovi: Kad je Šemu bilo sto godina - dvije godine poslije Potopa - rodi mu se Arpakšad.

11 Po rođenju Arpakšadovu Šem je živio petsto godina te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

12 Kad je Arpakšadu bilo trideset i pet godina, rodi mu se Šelah.

13 Po rođenju Šelahovu Arpakšad je živio četiri stotine i tri godine te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

14 Kad je Šelahu bilo trideset godina, rodi mu se Eber.

15 Po rođenju Eberovu Šelah je živio četiri stotine i tri godine te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

16 Kad su Eberu bile trideset i četiri godine, rodi mu se Peleg.

17 Po rođenju Pelegovu Eber je živio četiri stotine i trideset godina te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

18 Kad je Pelegu bilo trideset godina, rodi mu se Reu.

19 Po rođenju Reuovu Peleg je živio dvjesta i devet godina te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

20 Kad su Reuu bile trideset i dvije godine, rodi mu se Serug.

21 Po rođenju Serugovu Reu je živio dvjesta i sedam godina te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

22 Kad je Serugu bilo trideset godina, rodi mu se Nahor.

23 Po rođenju Nahorovu Serug je živio dvjesta godina te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

24 Kad je Nahoru bilo dvadeset i devet godina, rodi mu se Terah.

25 Po rođenju Terahovu Nahor je živio sto i devetnaest godina te mu se rodilo još sinova i kćeri.

26 Kad je Terahu bilo sedamdeset godina, rode mu se: Abram, Nahor i Haran.

27 Ovo je povijest Terahova. Terahu se rodio Abram, Nahor i Haran; a Haranu se rodio Lot.

28 Haran umrije za života svoga oca Teraha, u svome rodnom kraju, u Uru Kaldejskom.

29 Abram se i Nahor ožene. Abramovoj ženi bijaše ime Saraja, a Nahorovoj Milka; ova je bila kći Harana, oca Milke i Jiske.

30 Saraja bijaše nerotkinja - nije imala poroda.

31 Terah povede svoga sina Abrama, svog unuka Lota, sina Haranova, svoju snahu Saraju, ženu svoga sina Abrama, pa se zaputi s njima iz Ura Kaldejskoga u zemlju kanaansku. Kad stignu do Harana, ondje se nastane.

32 Dob Terahova dosegnu dvjesta i pet godina; a onda Terah umrije u Haranu.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 470, 737, 1020, 1279, 1280, 1281, 1282, ...

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 412


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 482, 575, 1183, 1221, 1283, 1430, 1799, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 717

The Last Judgment 54, 58

Istinska Kršćanska Religija 121, 276, 754


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 1029

Five Memorable Relations 21

Last Judgment (Posthumous) 107, 108

Spiritual Experiences 155, 4984

Marriage 121

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Arcana Coelestia # 1304

Arcana Coelestia (Elliott translation)      

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1304. That 'let us build ourselves a city and a tower' means that they fabricated a form of doctrine and of worship becomes clear from the meaning of 'a city' and from the meaning of 'a tower', dealt with in the paragraphs that follow this. The Church is such that when charity towards the neighbour departs and self-love takes its place, the doctrine of faith is of no account at all except insofar as it can be converted into worship of self. Nor do people consider that worship contains anything holy unless it exists for the sake of self, thus unless it is worship of self. This applies to all self-love. In fact a person who loves himself more than others not only hates everybody who is not subservient to him and shows no favour to them except when they have become subservient, but also, to the extent that he is not prevented, he plunges even into exalting himself above God. The fact that self-love is such when given free rein I have been shown in actual occurrences. These are the things meant by 'a city and a tower'. Self-love, and every desire springing from it, is of all things the filthiest and most unholy, and is very hell itself. From this anyone may deduce the nature of the worship that has such as this within it.

(Odkazy: Genesis 11:4)

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Arcana Coelestia 2967, 3448, 3708, 4922, 5044, 8185, 8904, 9093, 9348, 9553

The Last Judgment 54

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 81, 129, 172


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Apocalypse Explained 240, 1029

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