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Das Plagiat Als Form Interkonfessioneller Begegnung: Die E Inführungen In Das Theologiestudium Von Andreas Hyperius Und Lorenzo De Villavicencio

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This chapter discusses the life history of Andreas Hyperius. He plays a significant role in the history of diakonia, homiletics, practical theology in general and the Theological Encyclopedia. If the context and the undivided unity of biblical and systematic theology are clarified, there arises a question of how the unity and distinctiveness of theoretical and practical theology is explored in the course of the history of theology. Looking at the title and content of the fourth book of De formando recte more closely, it becomes clear that the allusion passes on to the Acts in their meaning is considered as Hyperius formulated the view from the New Testament Scripture. Villavicencio looked at the whole system of theological studies as Hyperius, they had proposed for the field of Catholic theology. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Andreas Hyperius; New Testament scripture; systematic theology; theological encyclopedia; Villavicencio



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