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Botschaft und bedeutung der urchristlichen prophetie nach dem ersten korintherbrief (2:6-16; 12-14)

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The early Christian prophecy is still one of the most hidden and controversial phenomena or institutions of early Christianity. This chapter on original Christian prophecy considers early Christian prophecy in its relation to the Kerygma. This is mainly due to the inclusion of 1 Corinthians 2: 6-16 which happened in the question of early Christian prophecy. The Corinthian church was known for the prophetic charism, but it was there as other forms of charismatic speech was apparently less valued than the charisma of glossolalia. Prophecy is an integral part of the municipal assembly, while the Glossolahe should be approved only if a "translator" is present. Sacred values should make us even more concrete about the topic of the tradition of early Christian prophecy. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Christian prophecy; Corinthians 2: 6-16

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