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Biblische Theologie Im Römerbrief

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The issue of biblical theology is in recent times, treated mainly as a basic theological question of the mutual relationship between the two Testaments, the Old and the New in the Christian canon of the two-part Bible. The Christological dignity that Jesus is attributed with the origin of David and his revelation as the Son of God, is to be understood from the Holy Scriptures in the Old Testament expressed promise of God himself. Biblical theology operates Paul in Romans primarily as a interpretation of him above γραϕή, where he not only on individual is text quotes, but even more on physical and sensory contexts, that he by the text of the quotes displayed looks. Principle of interpretation is the self intention of Scripture related to the salvation of the present, which bears the name Jesus Christ. The original context of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: biblical theology; Holy Scriptures; Old Testament; Romans

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