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This index presents a list of terms and concepts that occur in the book Resurrection and Parousia. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. In the spring of the year 55, some four years after he had left the Christian community of Corinth, Paul feIt compelled to address the Corinthian community with regard to several abuses and problems that had arisen there and differences of opinion between them and himself. In Paul's thorough reply to this denial, which was to be his most extensive exposition of the eschatological resurrection handed down to us, the themes of Jesus' resurrection and his parousia playa very important role.

Keywords: Christian community; eschatological resurrection; Jesus' resurrection



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