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This index presents a list of author names relevant to the book on für Israel und die Völker. The author investigates the Gal 1:13-14, Gal 3:6-14, 1 Thess 4:13-17, 2 Cor 12:1-10 and Rom 10:4 and then explains how Paul, although originating from the Judaism and having been educated in the Jewish Biblical interpretation, reaches a new hermeneutic only after his experience of Christ. The apostle proves to be dependent neither on the apocalyptic views nor on the methods of Greek Rhetoric nor on Rabbinic Midrash, although he is well versed in them. Instead, he develops an Christological interpretation of the Torah, and this interpretation becomes the centre of his mission to the non-Jews. The Torah finds its eschatological fulfillment in Christ and receives its ethical validity for the nations in the form of the love command. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: apocalyptic views; Christological interpretation of Torah; Jewish Biblical interpretation; Judaism; love command



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