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Comment y aurait-il unité de pensée d'un Testament A L'autre ?

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The unity of thought of one testament to another testament, that is to say, the unity of thought of Christian Bible seems, at first, radically excluded. To realize and enable it to respond more accurately to the question of problematic unit of biblical thought, the author examines two proposals, but in reverse order: the Old Testament in the New - New in the Old. Power of thought that was followed made a place for the Old Testament in the New Testament. The New Testament is, in this perspective, the first biblical theology of the Old Testament. Comparing the writings of the New Testament with respect to the Old Testament, we notice, by considering length and nature of different proportions. This chapter comprises question: how, and what way the Old Testament was present in the New Testament. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: biblical theology; biblical thought; New Testament; Old Testament; unity of thought



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