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The function and significance of human reason in Paul's preaching became clear when one grasped aright the relation between τò εύαγγέλιον and ό λόγος, and between διαλέγεσθαι and καταγγέλλειν. In this chapter, the authors continue with the crystallization of the "intellectual element" within Paul's preaching methods. But in doing so the authors adopt the findings of the investigation of Acts as a working hypothesis for the following study and ask whether the "intellectual element" in 1/2 Th does not also lie hidden in the mutual relationship of τò εύαγγέλιον and ό λόγος. To do this the authors first show that this relation really plays a role in Paul's reminiscences of his preaching in Thessalonica and thus in his thought.

Keywords: τò εύαγγέλιον; ό λόγος; Paul's preaching; Thessalonica



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