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vyd. Intervarsity Press v r. 1992, 306 str., brož.
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More than eighty years ago Albert Schweitzer posed a question of enduring debate for New Testament scholarship. Did Jesus - and later Paul - believe that the apocalyptic kingdom of God was about to appear, bringing an end to this world?
Indeed, what were the eschatological teachings of Jesus and Paul? Is there any appreciable continuity between the two? Ben Witherington takes a hard look at the Gospel texts and makes a thorough and critical assessment of Paul's eschatology. For each topic examined - the language of imminence, the dominion of God, the community of Christ, the Israel of God, the day of the Lord and the resurrection of the dead - he compares and contrasts Jesus and Paul. The result is an important contribution to our understanding of New Testament eschatology. With the second millennium drawing to a close and world events sparking the speculations of popular religious imaginations, Witherington provides a timely and sober re-examination of a topic too long neglected by serious scholarship.
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