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Die Verrechtlichung Der Frühesten Christlichen Überlieferung Im Lukanischen Schrifttum

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The importance that attaches to legal issues, the author of the double work ad Theophilum has, for a long time attracted the attention of ancient history neutestamenüichen and Sciences in coming. The issues that are brought to the texts differ; in the presupposed in them assess the historicity of Luke reports and their sources. The recent works for Acts emphasize that Acts was to be understood in the overall Lukan double work who wishes to comment on the theological design and drafting purposes should have won his case in the whole of Luke-Acts work. Luke focused his remarks on the forensic situation by kompendienartig supplemented and two at Mk associated with the tracking problems he retires: the eschatological relevance of operations and the annunciation. Legalization in Lukan literature should be seen as on element of mission and apologetics in the religious competition of the first century.

Keywords: Lukan literature; legalization; Theophilum; Luke-Acts work; annunciation



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