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Tod, Auferstehung und ewiges Leben im Matthäusevangelium

Raju, Elaine

English Title: Death, resurrection and eternal life in the Gospel of Matthew

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Die Studie untersucht die relevanten matthäischen Texte zum Thema Tod, Auferstehung und ewiges Leben und deren inhaltlichen und sprachlichen Zusammenhänge. Ein wichtiges Ergebnis ist, dass der Evangelist Matthäus öfter als bisher angenommen von einem individuellen Weiterleben nach dem Tod ausgeht und der Gedanke an eine Auferstehung am Weltende dahinter zurücktritt.

Translation of abstract (English)

This study is about the most important texts about death, resurrection and eternal life in the Gospel of Matthew. It analyses the texts and how they are connected. It comes to the conclusion that Matthew talks more about individual life after death than it has been considered so far, and that the idea of resurrection at the end of the world is less important.

Document type: Dissertation
Supervisor: Konradt, Prof. Dr. Matthias
Place of Publication: Heidelberg
Date of thesis defense: 20 July 2017
Date Deposited: 27 Apr 2018 14:15
Date: 2018
Faculties / Institutes: Theologische Fakultät > Theologisches Seminar
DDC-classification: 200 Religion
220 Bible
230 Christian theology
Controlled Keywords: Matthäusevangelium, Auferstehung
Uncontrolled Keywords: Ewiges Leben
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