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- n. The state of being equiprimordial
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Rafael has shared some thoughts on orality, redaction criticism and Kelber's notion of "equiprimordiality" on his blog Verily Verily.
One striking notion that has come into New Testament studies via Werner Kelber, reaching him from the Parry-Lord school's work on oral folksongs and epics, is "equiprimordiality".
The idea of "equiprimordiality", of every performance being utterly original and unrelated to prior and subsequent performances, is, to my thinking, the most problematic of Kelber's assertions.