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Das Gleichnis Von Den Bösen Winzern Mt. 21,33-41 // Mk. 12,1-9// Lk. 20,9-16

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The authentic representations of the differences among three synoptic versions are a sign that the Church's tradition claimed on the final wording of their influence. Dodd concludes that the winery parable explains those sayings in which Jesus forecasts both his own death and the disaster of the Jews. The parable condemns the existing situation, but at the same time implies a prediction of Jesus' death and the coming of his murderer. Dodd basically believes that today's version of the parable represents allegorical representations of an authentic parable of Jesus. As far as the causal connection between Jesus' death and the rejection of the leaders of Israel is concerned, the historical authenticity gains probability when a Logion has positive points of contact with other sayings. The parable shows the main differences between the two versions of Luke and a version of Mathew. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: allegorical representations; authenticity; historical authenticity; Jesus; Luke; Mathew; winery parable



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