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Mk. 13,32 - Mt. 24,36

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This chapter discusses the representatives of the authenticity. Mark 13, 32 and Mathew 24, 36 preceding the Logion was actually added in a secondary stage. The argument for authenticity namely the vulgarity of the logion is represented in the chapter Mk. 13, 32 and Mt. 24, 36 have always been in its present context, and may speak the words of Jesus in the same context. In the analysis of the Christological content falls to us that Jesus ever makes no explicit statement about his divine sonship. It merely sets out the theory that had the date and time of the Parousia unknown to him. The first Christian generation really tends to emphasize Jesus' exaltation, so you can not imagine that such Logion aroused no offense. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Christological content; divine sonship; Jesus; Mark; Mathew; Parousia

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