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Erwägungen Zur Geschichte Der Ausschliesslichkeit Des Alttestamentlichen Glaubens

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Even religious historical question depends on the nature of a phenomenon which has track connections on the one hand in vielfaltigen details to reveal others in line with the comparable similarities and differences. Faith is itself conditioned by the story, namely the given tradition as the each situation, marked. The modern-day historical thinking for self-evident and indispensable consideration of faith lays out the perspective of the history of the Old Testament. The Babylonian exile (6th century) can be found in various literature areas, as in the Priestly Code, especially with the prophet Isaiah and the Deuteronomic-Deuteronomistic literature, monotheistic or monotheistic sounding statements. With the exclusivity of faith, a pulse is well placed, but its importance is not given from the outset. Their implications and consequences arising in the course of history so that in response to changing situations open up new aspects and interpretations of meaning.

Keywords: Faith; Priestly Code; Isaiah; Old Testament; religious history



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