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Die Gottessohnschaft Jesu In Der Neuzeitlichen Forschung

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This chapter presents a summary of recent studies on the origin of the Christological title "Son of God" by G. Dalman. G. Dalman's conclusion, "Son of God " was not a messianic title of the pre-Christian Jewish literature, became the starting point for study by W. Bousset, which may be referred to the history of religions school. Bousset revised his view in little-publicized scriptures "Jesus the Lord; Supplements and disputes to Kyrios Christos. R. Bultmann agrees with the Dibelius and believes that even the oldest Palestinian community uses the Christological title "Son of God", only in Jewish-adoptionism sense. J. Bieneck denies that the title "Son of God" Jesus was first gained in the Hellenistic environment or that the synoptic tradition carry traces of a Hellenistic reinterpretation. W. Grundmann presented a study of Jesus' divine sonship. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Hellenistic environment; Palestinian community; religion school; Son of God; synoptic tradition



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