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Conclamatio Und Profectio: Zur Veranschaulichung Neutestamentlicher Wundergeschichten

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This chapter presents the stories of the resurrection of the daughter of Jairus (Mk 5.21 to 43 parr.) and her male counterpart, the young man of Nain (Lk 7.11 to 17). Using the example of these two miracles, the analysis of ancient monuments image to illustrate neutes-tamentlicher traditions and to clarify their socio-historical background of the contribution is achieved. New Testament miracle stories such as raising the dead two mentioned and with them the more the field of healing miracles, to which they are commonly expected, but beyond that, in general, the other kinds of miracle stories that contains the New Testament were, so far mainly form the subject and religious history analysis. The primary interest was directed in accurate sensing of agreement and difference on the clarification of the relationship, in the New Testament are the wonders of the ancient miracle tradition.

Keywords: resurrection; ancient miracle tradition; Jairus; New Testament; miracle stories; religious history analysis



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