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La Problématique De L'ancienne Et De La Nouvelle Alliance Dans Jérémie Xxxi 31-34 Et Quelques Autres Textes

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From the technical point of view, there have been two recent studies, which, if they do certainly not limited to the text quoted from Jeremiah, make it an important part of their thinking and give both a broader context and a new status quastionis has the problem of the New Covenant. The author refers to the study by Professor Winfried Thiel, on one side, related to his thesis, and that of Professor Moshe Weinfeld which follow one year apart. From a theological point of view, the book by Professor F. Mussner, Traktat über die Juden, and several other publications extend and specify the problems of the New Covenant at least if one takes a view of the comments and classical analyzes. This is especially to consider whether the texts of Jeremiah and others help people to better understand, from a Christian perspective, instead of post-biblical Judaism in the divine economy.

Keywords: Christian theology; Judaism; New Covenant; Jeremiah; Professor Moshe Weinfeld



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