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Periodicals cited, with Abbreviations used

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This chapter presents a list of periodicals cited, with abbreviations used in the book The Parousia in the New Testament. The present interest in eschatology owes much to J. Weiss and A. Schweitzer. The question they raised was that of the overall structure and significance of New Testament eschatology, but this was bound to involve considerable examination of the idea of the Parousia in particular. Schweitzer maintained that Jesus held to a Parousia hope only because it formed part of the contemporary Jewish apocalyptic which he accepted, and that such first century apocalyptic has no place in Christian thought.

Keywords: A. Schweitzer; eschatology; J. Weiss; Jesus; Parousia



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