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This addendum section concludes that the subject of divine sonship in its distinctive shape in the sense of investiture and transfer rule in support of Palestinian late Judaism belong objectively to the royal messianology. Based on the late Jewish conception of God and son of the original application, the notion of the royal Messiah on the future work of Jesus was assumed that the Son of God name was also applied to Jesus' eschatological function. The texts of the Luke, Mark and Thessalonians prove that the eschatological aligned use of the title "Son of God" in the missionary preaching of the Hellenistic community had remained effective. In the Hellenistic Gentile Christianity, the way from a primarily functional imaginary divine sonship to a moderate essential is consummated. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: divine sonship; eschatological function; Hellenistic Gentile Christianity; Jesus; messianology; Son of God

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