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Die Frühchristliche Geltung und Weiterbildung der Tradition

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The prophetic word Habakukk 2, 3 is apparently promising according to the heart of the evidence and serves as the very basis of the firm belief in enduring validity of the Parousia to respond to the text of the remarks of Clement in detail. The apologists are also Jewish theology, but among them there are utterances that are understandable only from the background of the tradition of Habakukk 2, 3. Aristides and especially Justin have recognized a relatively clear-cut notion of 'delaying the end'. The same idea is also an integral part of the End history theology Tertullian. For the detection of its historical structure in late Judaism and in the early Christian church almost unique is proven. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Aristides; Clement; early Christian church; Jewish theology; Justin; Parousia; Tertullian; validity

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