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Jesus – Der Neue Tempel? Ein Kritischer Blick Auf Die Auslegung Von Joh 2,13–22

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The chapter deals with a pericope, for which the birthday boy was interested. The Temple of Jerusalem may have been destroyed, but it has been replaced by the body of Jesus which is the true Temple. The understanding of the pericope seems to have become established in exegesis and is now common in many comments and other works on the Gospel of John. The chapter explains the verses of the pericope sequentially. John has certainly created pericopes that occur in the Synoptic tradition as separate pieces. The episode of the cleansing of the temple is found in each of the other three Gospels. The majority of New Testament exegetes the classification of the evangelist for chronological wrong and instead justified theologically. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Temple of Jerusalem; exegesis; Gospel of John; Synoptic tradition; New Testament

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