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Der Ausdruck „In Den Letzten Zeiten” Bei Irenaeus

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This chapter talks about Festschrift the author of "Christ and the time" a contribution to the understanding of history in the old church and still lacks a comprehensive treatment of the question of how Christians have experienced in the first centuries of the history in the light of the revelation of Jesus Christ, in other words a dogma historical continuation of Cullmann's New testament work. Not only for the discussion of the "pagan" view of history and belief in their various forms, with the (Christian) Gnosis, but also for the internal development of Christian dogma, ethics and liturgy is a very important issue. In his great book "The emergence of Christian dogma" says Martin Werner, the idea that Jesus was a phenomenon of the dawning end time, clearly echoes in the writings of the post-apostolic period. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Festschrift; Christians; New testament; Martin Werner

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