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Flavius ​​Josephus explains in his treatise against Apion (11.218) that all Jews have a firm belief that God would give them in Aonenwende a new, better life if they keep the law and, if necessary, even to die for it were ready. For the later Jewish orthodoxy of faith in the resurrection is considered fixed dogma. The doctrine of the resurrection of the dead was long disputed, also shows 2 Macc 12.43 to 45. Although the rabbis Tannaitic belief in the resurrection of the dead is an integral theorem, this faith still remains in Judaism continues controversial. It is true that faith was controversial in a resurrection of the dead or eternal life in the New Testament period by no means universal Jewish belief, but also in Judaism, then that has consequences for New Testament texts. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Flavius ​​Josephus; Jewish orthodoxy; resurrection; faith; New Testament; Judaism

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