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Die Deutung Des Gleichnisses Yom Unkraut Unter Dem Weizen

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The phrase oi uEol tou tcovtjpou (no. 4 on the list) reveals the character of Matthew.The late antique Judaism uses Catalogs interpretation in apocalyptic literature for the interpretation of visions and dreams, also constantly for the exegesis of Scripture and the parable interpretation. The oldest church took over the technique of interpretation catalog and used it also for the vision interpretation, for the interpretation of Scripture and for the explanation of parables, as Mark. The eschatological rejection of sinners (verse 41) describes the contrasting fate of sinners (v.42) and righteous (v 43) in the form of a small apocalypse. The eschatological demolition of small Apocalypse is three-tiered and reads: 1) kingdom of the Son of Man, 2) Parousia and the final judgment, 3) Kingdom of God. It is based on Jewish-Christian apocalyptic tradition. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: apocalyptic literature; Matthew; Parousia



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