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Anmerkungen Zur Theologie Des Markus

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The purpose of this chapter is a modest since the author wants to make a methodological starting point for discussion, which might allow a little sharper than before to separate the St. Mark's own from its tradition.He suggest again to investigate the vocabulary which occurs exclusively or almost exclusively in the editorial sections of Markus. A first group includes: XTjpuaaeiv, STSA rx £ TV, £ 0 pa7tsusiv, cxßocXXsiv (Saipiovia). The universal effect of the kerygma from Baptist up to the church, but in particular the teaching and healing of Jesus, Markus is particularly important. The emerging in the editorial sections of vocabulary all revolve around the concepts of "teaching" and understanding are so Gnostic nature. The chapter describes the activity of the earthly Jesus between baptism and crucifixion.The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Baptist; Jesus;Markus

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