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Kyrios Christos und Gottvater. Christi Herrschaft und Gottes Vaterschaft im Philipperhymnus

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The Old Testament reluctance to talk about God as Father is all the more remarkable as the Gottesepitheton. Marriage is elaborated, shows the consequences of father name for the Pauline understanding of God, has consequences that constitute the essential condition for the Pauline soteriology. For this purpose, the Philippians is designed in an Christological sense, which has always acclaimed text whose subversive significance for the understanding of God mW was yet hardly noticed. In it, it's not just about the enthronement of Christ as Kyrios, but the hymn culminates in the price of inthronisierenden God, which is now called father. This convergence of reign of Christ and the fatherhood of God is considered in more detail. The church at Philippi is the favorite church of the Apostle. His concern for the community is reflected.

Keywords: Old Testament; Kyrios; Pauline soteriology; Philippians; reign of Christ



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