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Biblische Theologie Im Lichte Des Hebräerbriefes

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One of the central problems of biblical theology includes the question of the interdependence between the Old and the New Testament. Biblical Theology is possibly the certificate of the talk of God. Christ is the key to the right understanding of the Scriptures of Israel. The reference to the Hebrews in the Old Testament is characterized by both: by continuity and discontinuity, connecting and contradiction. Regarding the Christological statements of Hebrews the author refers to some texts from Psalms Christ who in the Old Testament itself, either from people in general, or by a particular people, namely the king of Israel. The original context of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: biblical theology; scriptures of Israel; Hebrews; Old Testament



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