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HANS-PETER MÜLLER, Glauben und Bleiben. Zur Denkschrift Jesajas Kapitel VI 1-VIII 18

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The marginalia to one of the most commented sections of the Prophet canon carry along a series of philological critical and editorial traditions and historical observations, which seemtobe on the theological understanding of the text of meaning.Here all its component words can be seen from a dual perspective: from the view of the oral preaching and in retrospect to this, in which the prophet wrote his memorandum or can submit. Their focus, however, makes the dialectic of the concept of faith from, which is immediately formulated programmatically The posting of the prophet of a divine council shows how a specificum biblicum may be ordered only with mythical agents themselves. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: concept of faith; Isaiah chapter; oral preaching; philological form; theological understanding



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