Das Johannesevangelium 2 Teilband Kapitel 11 21 Theologischer Kommentar Zum Neuen Testament Thknt Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free

Das Regierungsprogramm des Himmelreichs
Author: Klaus Wengst
Publisher: Kohlhammer Verlag
Pages: 236
Year: 2010
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Maria von Magdala - erste Apostolin?
Author: Andrea Taschl-Erber
Pages: 691
Year: 2007
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Jenseits der Tradition?
Author: Regina Grundmann, Assaad Elias Kattan
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 1614513139
Pages: 271
Year: 2015-01-01
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This volume brings together new research perspectives on how religious traditions have been criticized, reconsidered, and modified by exploring the dialectics of continuity and rupture that pervade religious communities. The collected essays consider how forms of criticism are classified, perceived, and constructed in different critical discourses. This investigation sheds new light on the dynamics of religious transformation, past and present.
Evangelische Theologie
Year: 2005
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Theologische Literaturzeitung
Author: Emil Schürer, Adolf von Harnack
Year: 2004
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The Rhetorical Impact of the Sēmeia in the Gospel of John
Author: Willis Hedley Salier
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 316148407X
Pages: 234
Year: 2004
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Willis Salier analyzes the rhetorical impact of the term semeia and the narratives it designates in the Fourth Gospel. He also investigates the early reception of the Gospel amongst readers in the latter half of the first century. This angle of approach sheds light on some old issues in Fourth Gospel research as well as providing numerous points of interest and reflection for those who are interested in seeing the possible impact of the Fourth Gospel in our modern world.
Die Heilige Schrift Des Alten Testaments - Scholar's Choice Edition
Author: Emil Kautzsch
ISBN: 1298271681
Pages: 240
Year: 2015-02-19
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Psalms and Hebrews
Author: Dirk J. Human, Gert Jacobus Steyn
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 0567301486
Pages: 320
Year: 2010-10-28
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The reception of early Jewish/Israelite texts in early Christianity provides valuable insights into the hermeneutics of ancient authors and studies in this regard are vital for an understanding of their theology/ies. By focusing particularly on the reception of the Psalms through the hand of the unknown author of Hebrews, Old Testament and New Testament scholars combine forces in this collection to determine the shifts in interpretation of the Psalms that took place during the processes of (re)interpretation within the work of a particular early Christian writer. By paying careful attention to the original reading(s) of the text versions utilized as well as to the manner in which those texts were embedded in a later literary context by the author of Hebrews, they provide a window into the trajectories of the Psalm traditions. A contextual contribution illustrates the versification of the Psalms in a contemporary African language, Afrikaans, to illustrate how the Psalms' reception remains a vivid endeavor in current times.
The Gospel According to Mark
Author: Nick Cave
Publisher: Canongate Books
ISBN: 0857860976
Pages: 64
Year: 1999-01-01
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The earliest of the four Gospels, the book portrays Jesus as an enigmatic figure, struggling with enemies, his inner and external demons, and with his devoted but disconcerted disciples. Unlike other gospels, his parables are obscure, to be explained secretly to his followers. With an introduction by Nick Cave
The Early Text of the New Testament
Author: Charles E. Hill, Michael J. Kruger
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191505048
Pages: 512
Year: 2012-06-14
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The Early Text of the New Testament aims to examine and assess from our earliest extant sources the most primitive state of the New Testament text now known. What sort of changes did scribes make to the text? What is the quality of the text now at our disposal? What can we learn about the nature of textual transmission in the earliest centuries? In addition to exploring the textual and scribal culture of early Christianity, this volume explores the textual evidence for all the sections of the New Testament. It also examines the evidence from the earliest translations of New Testament writings and the citations or allusions to New Testament texts in other early Christian writers.
The Gospel According to John (I-XII)
Author: Raymond E. Brown
ISBN: 030014024X
Pages: 688
Year: 2007
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In this commentary on the Gospel According to John all of the major Johannine questions - of authorship, composition, dating, the relationship of John to the Synoptics - are discussed, with important theories in Biblical scholarship weighed against the evidence in the text.
Early Christian Books in Egypt
Author: Roger S. Bagnall
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 069114026X
Pages: 109
Year: 2009-07-26
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For the past hundred years, much has been written about the early editions of Christian texts discovered in the region that was once Roman Egypt. Scholars have cited these papyrus manuscripts--containing the Bible and other Christian works--as evidence of Christianity's presence in that historic area during the first three centuries AD. In Early Christian Books in Egypt, distinguished papyrologist Roger Bagnall shows that a great deal of this discussion and scholarship has been misdirected, biased, and at odds with the realities of the ancient world. Providing a detailed picture of the social, economic, and intellectual climate in which these manuscripts were written and circulated, he reveals that the number of Christian books from this period is likely fewer than previously believed. Bagnall explains why papyrus manuscripts have routinely been dated too early, how the role of Christians in the history of the codex has been misrepresented, and how the place of books in ancient society has been misunderstood. The author offers a realistic reappraisal of the number of Christians in Egypt during early Christianity, and provides a thorough picture of the economics of book production during the period in order to determine the number of Christian papyri likely to have existed. Supporting a more conservative approach to dating surviving papyri, Bagnall examines the dramatic consequences of these findings for the historical understanding of the Christian church in Egypt.
Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel
Author: Reimund Bieringer, Didier Pollefeyt, Frederique Vandecasteele-Vanneuville
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 0664224113
Pages: 322
Year: 2001-01-01
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A selection of essays from the Leuven Conference on the anti-Judaism of the fourth gospel, this volume includes essays from the world's best Johannine scholars.
Luke and the People of God
Author: Jacob Jervell
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1579108571
Pages: 208
Year: 2002-01-15
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In this book Jacob Jervell challenges two widely held theories about Luke: that he was a representative of the institutional church, and that his writing was directed primarily at Gentile readers. He also presents much valuable insight into the growing pains of the early church, especially the relationship of the Jews to the Jewish Christians, and the relationship of both these groups to the Gentiles.
The Glory of Christ in the New Testament
Author: L. D. Hurst, Tom Wright
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1597529567
Pages: 344
Year: 2006-11-01
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George Caird died prematurely at the age of 66 in 1984, but left behind him a respected body of work and the affection of his students. This volume, edited by two of these students, offers an impressive collection of essays by the following scholars: James Barr, W.D. Davies, Walter Houston, John Muddiman, Morna Hooker, Allison Trites, Martin Hengel, Francis Watson, George Johnston, N.T. Wright, L.D. Hurst, Stanley Frost, Donald Evans, Robert Morgan, Marcus Borg, C.F.D. Moule, Colin Gunton, Anthony Harvey, J.D.G. Dunn, C.E.B. Cranþeld, and Maurice Wiles

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