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Der Didachist Und Seine Quellen

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The author discusses Didache- comment hypothesis concerning the processing of the sources by the Didachisten to make the body of the text visible. He presents exclusively to the literary relations: where persuaded the Didachist where he cites his sources. He first sometimes refers to as "basic writing" marked and called to mention way treatise, originally a Jewish writing that the Didachist received. Then a series of liturgical traditions, instructions on baptism and Lord's Supper, where one can doubt whether these traditions orally or already writing templates are presented. In addition, a written instrument, probably superior text is to call with instructions on how the local churches wandering teachers, apostles and prophets would take. The texts that the author assigns the Didachisten are in italics. In this way, the extent of the editorial activity of Didachisten and the delimitation of its templates are detected.

Keywords: Didachist; liturgical traditions; baptism; Lord's Supper; apostles



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