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Der Philipperbrief Als Paulinische Briefsammlung

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This chapter discusses Phiiipper-letter prior corresponding literary issues. It is therefore no coincidence that previous division experiments that have been forgotten or discarded, in recent times. Four different, almost simultaneously and independently resulting investigations deal with the problem of a new and in some differences in detail are discussed in the chapter. The first coherent letter (B) i, i-iii, i: Paul reported the worried philippem about his captivity, she exhorted to steadfastness, unity and humility in the face of threats to the community by adversaries and announcing the coming of Timothy. The chapter deals with the question of the editor and the origin of their letter collection.The notion of homogenous editors throughout the Corinthian correspondence has proven us by the finding to be erroneous, that the 1 Cor. long before the 2 Cor. was known. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Corinthian; Paul



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