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Die Gottessohnschaft Jesu Und Ps. 2,7

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W.G. Kuemmel writes: Son of God "in the early church is the title" for the resurrected Jesus early in messia-American sense, and probably Jesus is in connection with the relationship of Psalm 2:7. The 2nd Psalm has probably influenced some details of the kerygmatic proclamation; the proclamation namely contains exactly the same scheme that has characterized the typical form of kerygmatic summaries. A testimony to the Katabatic part of Jesus' life Ps. 2:7 is taken from the interpretation of the first two verses in Acts. 4:27-28, however, the testimony is cited as a witness for Jesus Anabasis. A quotation from Ps. 2:7 in Acts 13, 33 forms a most carefully prepared climax. Both Psalm verses are now based on Jesus' suffering, as Acts. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Jesus Anabasis; Katabatic part; kerygmatic proclamation; Psalms; Son of God

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