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Die Apostelgeschichte Und Die Häresien

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Theological peculiarities in the Pauline and deutero letters and the Johannine writings attracted the attention of the New Testament research, which was strongly influenced and shaped by theological opponents. This chapter addresses the terminological question of whether the terms heretic and heresy can be used in the New Testament. Many writings of the New Testament explore the views of people in the Christian Church. Most important concern is the opposite of Judaism does not accept the testimony of the Messiah in the majority. Acts must have been in a situation, where a community is confrontation with Judaism and certain expressions of paganism becomes the overriding issue. For the history of Christianity at the end of the 1st century, there is an important finding in heretics, especially the Gnostics seek. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Christianity; Judaism; New Testament; Pauline letters

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