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This conclusion presents the study of theproblem of delay of the Parousia in his terminology, motivational and traditio-historical side. The use of Habakukk 2, 3 and 4 reflects a solution to the problem of history and eschatology resist that could have timeless importance especially in respect of the eschatological tension that accompanies the doctrine of justification being moderate. A substantial evidence base to a solution of the discontinued problem that the imminent theonomy impression is to be regarded as actually regulating the New Testament eschatology. The Christian faith embraces the right at any time to expect from God everything. An expectation of this kind is genuine, natural expression of the Christian faith experience. Like love, which is active in works depicting her self-evident accident, including the Christian hope. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Christian faith; God; Habakukk; New Testament eschatology; Parousia delay; theonomy impression



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