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VI. Paulus und Die Heidenmission

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This chapter provides the comments on Romans and major studies in Romans 10,4 and Romans 9-11, and an overview of the theological and exegetical developments of the past 50 years ahead of us. To answer these questions, we consider the most important studies in Rome and 10.4 on "Paul and the Law", as they are from the last 50 years. First, we can observe that Paul in Rome 10,4 addressed the topic "righteousness by faith" and that this topos in Rome. The most important studies refer to: a principle that the Torah of Moses and from the Sinai, the essence of the Torah, the "works of the law", the " validity "or judgmental force of law, etc. The question of the "law", can be determined according to our present knowledge, that the term (Torah or Nomos) has great significance in Judaism margin of the Hellenistic-Roman period. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: exegetical development; Judaism; Nomos; Paul; Romans; theological development; Torah



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