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Das Buch Joshua: Physik und Astronomie

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This chapter shows that the church father issues the symbolic nature of ruina murorum with the dimensions of miraculous little information from other members. The miracle is submitted only by the Theologians of the Middle Ages, especially Tostado Ribera y Madrigal, who delimits the Domain of natural events and the domain of the supernatural from each other. The chapter makes clear the early modern Debates about the collapse of the walls without causing major breakthroughs on the discourses of the late Middle Ages. It discusses the Jewish exegesis of Berlin Wall and examines Early modern discussions of ruina murorum. The chapter discusses naturalization and settlement of miraculous rate in 18th century. It concludes that with Tostados explanation of the wonderful Berlin Wall the exegesis had found a model in which science and miracles were able to keep the balance. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Berlin wall; church father; Jewish exegesis; Middle Ages; naturalization



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