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Y A-t-il unité de pensée dsns le Nouveau Testament?

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The unity of thought, had to be, seems, relatively easy to be achieved by the concentration on a central topic. The theology of the New Testament is, essentially, a Christology. By passing from the Old Testament to the New Testament, by various powers of thought, we could see how the knowledge of the Old Testament is necessary for understanding of the New Testament; but also the diversity of these powers is more or less in a variety of writings yet firmly focused on the person of Jesus Christ. The mystic experience of the eternal Life in the fourth Gospel, replaces, to a great extent, the waiting of Parousia in three others. By following the diverse powers of the biblical thought from the Old Testament to the New Testament, we expected, maybe to a convergence in sense of Gospel. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: biblical thought; eternal life; Gospel; Jesus Christ; New Testament; powers of thought; unity of thought



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