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Reisepläne Und Amen-Sagen, Zusammenhang Und Gedankenfolge in 2. Korinther i 15-24

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2 Corinthians is known as one the most difficult letters of Paul, which probably happens quite difficult to understand. This letter is perhaps the most personal letter and presents the more detailed knowledge about the relationship between Paul and his community. It is particular importance because the apostolate of Paul is attacked and is at stake. 2 Corinthians revolves around a change in travel plans of the apostle. This chapter closely examines the literary activity of Paul and the whole context of Corinthians. Lohmeyer has accepted and attempted to prove that Phil. ii 5ff has a hymn of an early Christian commitment. The chapter presents several passages in the Pauline corpus that are considered as Aramaic puns. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Aramaic puns; 2 Corinthians; Christian commitment; Pauline corpus

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