Apokalyptik als Herausforderung neutestamentlicher Theologie

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English summary: In addition to an introduction of the subject, this collection includes twelve essays which focus on the reception and the impact of apocalyptic ideas and concepts in a New Testament and early Christian, pagan, Jewish and systematic-theological context. The subjects dealt with range from the significance of apocalypticism for understanding the historical Jesus to articles on classical New Testament texts, early Christian writings from the New Testament environment, Greek eschatology and the early...

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Softcover New Die Aufsatzsammlung vereinigt neben einer thematischen Einleitung zw?lf Beitr?ge, deren Schwerpunkt auf der Rezeption und Wirkung apokalyptischer Vorstellungen ... und Konzeptionen im neutestamentlich-fr?hchristlichen, paganen wie j?dischen und systematisch-theologischen Kontext liegt. Die Sammlung schl?gt einen weiten Bogen von der Bedeutung der Apokalyptik f?r das Verst?ndnis des historischen Jesus, ?ber Beitr?ge zu klassischen neutestamentlichen Texten wie Mk 13, dem R?mer-und dem zweiten Thessalonicherbrief sowie Apk 12 zu fr?hchristlichen Schriften aus dem Umfeld des Neuen Testaments wie dem zweiten Klemensbrief, dem Johannes-Apokryphon und dem Thomas-Evangelium, bis hin zu Beitr?gen zur griechischen Eschatologie und der fr?hrabbinischen Rezeption apokalyptischer Vorstellungen. Der Band schliesst mit einer prominenten Auseinandersetzung in der Geschichte der Exegese und der Aktualisierung der Problematik aus systematisch-theologischer Sicht. Die Autoren der Beitr?ge geben einen ?berblick Read more Show Less

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English summary: In addition to an introduction of the subject, this collection includes twelve essays which focus on the reception and the impact of apocalyptic ideas and concepts in a New Testament and early Christian, pagan, Jewish and systematic-theological context. The subjects dealt with range from the significance of apocalypticism for understanding the historical Jesus to articles on classical New Testament texts, early Christian writings from the New Testament environment, Greek eschatology and the early rabbinical reception of apocalyptic ideas. At the conclusion of the volume there is a description of a controversial discussion in the history of exegesis and a current view of the problems from a systematic-theological perspective. German description: Die Aufsatzsammlung vereinigt neben einer thematischen Einleitung zwolf Beitrage, deren Schwerpunkt auf der Rezeption und Wirkung apokalyptischer Vorstellungen und Konzeptionen im neutestamentlich-fruhchristlichen, paganen wie judischen und systematisch-theologischen Kontext liegt. Die Sammlung schlagt einen weiten Bogen von der Bedeutung der Apokalyptik fur das Verstandnis des historischen Jesus, uber Beitrage zu klassischen neutestamentlichen Texten - wie Mk 13, dem Romer- und dem zweiten Thessalonicherbrief sowie Apk 12 - zu fruhchristlichen Schriften aus dem Umfeld des Neuen Testaments - wie dem zweiten Klemensbrief, dem Johannes-Apokryphon und dem Thomas-Evangelium -, bis hin zu Beitragen zur griechischen Eschatologie und der fruhrabbinischen Rezeption apokalyptischer Vorstellungen. Der Band schliesst mit einer prominenten Auseinandersetzung in der Geschichte der Exegese und der Aktualisierung der Problematik aus systematisch-theologischer Sicht. Die Autoren der Beitrage geben einen Uberblick uber den Forschungstand wie dessen Aktualisierung in der Auslegung und Interpretation des Phanomens Apokalyptik. Ziel der Zusammenstellung ist eine ausfuhrliche Beleuchtung der mit dem Stichwort Apokalyptik aufgegebenen Probleme und Erscheinungen.

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Michael Becker, Geboren 1958; Studium der Katholischen und Evangelischen Theologie in Frankfurt/M, Heidelberg, Oberursel und Munchen; 2000 Promotion; wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am neutestamentlichen Institut der ev. Theologischen Fakultat der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen.Markus Ohler, Geboren 1967; Studium der Evangelischen Theologie an der Universitat Wien; 1996 Promotion; 2001 Habilitation; derzeit Universitats-Professor fur Neues Testament an der Evangelisch-Theologischen Fakultat der Universitat Wien.

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Table of Contents

Michael Becker und Markus Ohler : Zur Einfuhrung - Jorg Frey : Die Apokalyptik als Herausforderung der neutestamentlichen Wissenschaft. Zum Problem: Jesus und die Apokalyptik - Eve-Marie Becker : Markus 13 revisited - Klaus-Michael Bull : Wir werden alle vor den Richterstuhl Gottes gestellt werden (Rom 14,10). Zur Funktion des Motivs vom Endgericht in den Argumentationen des Romerbriefes - Paul Metzger : Eine apokalyptische Paulusschule? Zum Ort des Zweiten Thessalonicherbriefs - Heike Omerzu : Die Himmelsfrau in Apk 12. Ein polemischer Reflex des romischen Kaiserkults - Wilhelm Pratscher : Die Parusieerwartung im 2. Klemensbrief - Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer : Apokalyptische Motive im Johannes-Apokryphon - Enno Edzard Popkes : Von der Eschatologie zur Protologie: Transformationen apokalyptischer Motive im koptischen Thomasevangelium - Imre Peres : Positive griechische Eschatologie - Michael Becker : Apokalyptisches nach dem Fall Jerusalems. Anmerkungen zum fruhrabbinischen Verstandnis - Alf Christophersen : Die Freiheit der Kritik. Zum theologischen Rang der Johannesoffenbarung im Werk Ferdinand Christian Baurs - Ulrich H.J. Kortner : Enthullung der Wirklichkeit. Hermeneutik und Kritik apokalyptischen Daseinsverstandnisses aus systematisch theologischer Sicht

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