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V. Paulus und Die Urchristliche Naherwartung

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This chapter presents the study of the messianic expectations in the New Testament and in early Christian writings in the context of Jewish religious history and in the context of reception history in the Old Church, in comparison to the action of the Jewish apocalyptic in rabbinic Judaism to study the New Testament imminent expectation in the context of Paul's Christology and eschatology. The 1st and 2nd Thessalonians letter between the end of Jesus' disciples expectations and the Christology of the early church, is given as the template. Paul deals with the question of the resurrection. In the illustrated and summarized 1 Corinthians 15,1 to 11 gospel that Christ died, was buried and rose again, two proofs of the resurrection of Christ are given: The evidence from Scripture and according to witnesses. Pauline theology, ecclesiology and pneumatology are inadequately explained. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Corinthians; early Christian writings; Jewish religious history; messianic expectations; Paul's Christology; resurrection; Thessalonians letter



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