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This chapter discusses the eschatological delay problem based on the tradition of the New Testament to elucidate the 'historical origin' and 'development through various stages of tradition'. The study seeks aware of the knowledge of the late Jewish importance of Habakkuk by historical territory for elaborating Christ terminology, history of tradition and motivational structurally novel factual, non theological and dogmatic aspects to solve the problem of early Christian Parousia delay. The chapter also provides technical-terminology for solving the eschatological delay problem. The eschatological vision par excellence was resorted to what can be inferred, even if no explicit Testimony is known. In fact, however, texts indicate the basis of a very precise detectable tradition. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: 'historical origin'; Christ terminology; Christian Parousia delay; eschatological delay problem; Habakkuk; New Testament tradition



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