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Die Endzeitrede in Didache 16 Und Die Jesus-Apokalypse in Matthäus 24-25

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The concluding chapter of the Didache, often referred to as a "Apocalypse" contains apocalyptic elements, but the literary genre for it is an eschatological admonition to exhortation, which is due the announcement of the (undoubtedly as close believed) impending end events. The author or editor of the Didache has the synoptic apocalypse, as amended in Mathew 24 (and 25) literature used in the drafting of the eschatological final section of his work. The Apocalypse in Mathew 24, 25 is, just like the original Markk 13, designed as a speech in which it just comes down to it, that Jesus is the speaker;  says to a future that is currently drafting the Mathew at least partially present in the history. The original text of this chapter is in French.

Keywords: Apocalypse; Didache



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