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Einleitungswissenschaftliche Fragen

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This chapter presents an overview on the introduction scientific considerations in the history of Philippi. Division hypotheses for the Philippians letter of Paul and for letter of Polycarp to the church at Philippi are particularly important for the reconstruction of the history of the church of Philippi. In the study of Paul's letters two introduction scientific issues play a central role: the question of the authenticity of the Pauline authorship and the question of the unity of the individual letters. The chapter discusses the fundamental rights of division hypotheses on the Pauline Epistles. Chronology of the relationship between Paul and the Philippians community is essentially determined by the decision on the uniformity of the Philippians. The framework of the chronology is built from the event sequence of statements of Philippians correspondence and the other Pauline letters. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Paul's letters; Pauline authorship; Philippian letter; Philippians community



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