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Jesus Und Seine Propheten

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This chapter states that the question of prophecy in the New Testament should not be limited to the testaments of Paul, Acts and Revelation, but also by an examination of the Jesus' tradition of the first three Gospels. In Matthew, there is an interpretation of the fate of Jesus and his disciples not only by analogy (as in Luke), but in continuity with the fate of the prophets of Israel. The can be assigned to the known from the prophetic tradition motif of mission in the mission discourse o In the classic triad of king, priest and prophet, it is the office of the king to enforce the justice of God, the office of priest to get the cult this justice upright as the order of the world, and the office of the prophet, his office is the most ambiguous, because throughout history it appears in the New Testament. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Acts; Paul; prophetic tradition; Revelation

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