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Vom Schätzesammeln und Sorgen - Ein Thema Urchristlicher Paränese

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This chapter presents the text that belongs to the part of the Sermon on the Mount, the developed teaching about the new justice and thus about the life of the disciples. The two sayings from collecting treasures are adjacent in Lukeand also belong to the disciples' instruction. This suggests that even in ahead of Matthew and Luke tradition they found themselves as content related. Sermon on the Mount is working to find multiple allusions aut Mt. vi 19-34. The chapter turns out that the issue of treasures collecting and concerns in the New Testament letters to a number of locations emerges in forms that are used in the manner of expression that can be accessed using a common hortatory style regarding the issue in the early church sermon. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Luke; Matthew; New Testament; Sermon

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