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In Ihren Zelten

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If we want to be clear to us about the importance to those found in the last twelve years Hebrew manuscripts from the Dead Sea to the understanding and the history of religion classification of John's Gospel, we must first of all, the very special structure and theological nature of the fourth try to work out the Gospel. The Synoptic Gospels are very much closer despite differences in detail and have much more in common than against them the Gospel of John.In the dualistic theology of the Qumran texts we find all the elements together, we have previously found to be characteristic of the Johannine dualism, and in which the Johannine thought of the dualism of Gnosis justdifferent. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Gospel of John; Synoptic Gospels; dualistic theology; Qumran texts; Gnosis



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