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This front matter section of this book 'Der Sohn' in den synoptischen Jesuswortencontains the Table of Contents, the Preface, Preface to the second Edition, the Principal Abbreviations used and a list of References. The book discusses the importance and significance of the Son of God's name in the primitive Church annunciation. It systematically investigates the relevant synoptic sayings of God, in which the sayings of the synoptic tradition can be verified by an independent literary critical examination. The relevant synoptic sayings prove that the early church of Jesus' divine sonship was convinced. The book discusses the recent work on the synoptic tradition, in which the complete history of tradition, the intentions of the relevant evangelists and the facts of Jesus' life can be discussed. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Church annunciation; evangelists; Jesus' divine sonship; synoptic tradition

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