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L'usage De Σωzein «Sauver » Et Des Dérivés Dans Les Évangiles Synoptiques

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This chapter examines the term, σώζω sauver, itself in the Synoptic tradition. It also explores the concepts in which the term and its derivatives are associated and also examines whether the traditional use of the terms is intensified. The chapter shows that there have Evangelists of who demonstrate certain preferences. The study of the synoptic problem very often leads to assumptions of mutual dependence so complicated and it has been led so often to judge more or less subjective tradition, the figure evangelist disappeared behind an anonymous mass of intermediaries. The chapter studies a passage particularly striking in Matthew's Gospel: Mt 21 i. In the history of the childhood of Jesus, according to Matthew, Joseph was given the task of giving the unborn child the name of Jesus. It is a name of a fairly common use among the Jews. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Jesus; Matthew's Gospel; synoptic tradition



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