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L'unité au but et l'unité au centre

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It appears, under the review, that the unity of biblical thought would be, as we have glimpsed, in the purpose of certain convergences of powers of the Old Testament which would join in the centre of the New Testament. The biblical theology of the Old Testament by the New Testament would justify, alone, the union of the two Testaments in the Christian Bible. It seemed, however, that in the powers of thought of the Old Testament, there was in various proportions and in strength, certain lines, and certain vectors in the direction of the New Testament. The New Testament, by its doctrine of the incarnation, brought the divine in a human being, and eternity in time, it excludes many philosophies, that of Hegel in particular, which has exerted its influence in biblical theology. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: biblical theology; eternity; New Testament's centre; powers of Old Testament; unity of biblical thought

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