Hans Hübner (Ed.)

Biblische Theologie des Neuen Testaments.

This series written by Peter Stuhlmacher, entitled »Biblische Theologie des Neuen Testaments« (Biblical Theology of the New Testament), has three goals: First, to interpret the texts of the New Testament as they were originally intended, namely, as testimonies of faith in Jesus Christ, the Messianic Son of God and Servant of God. Second, to provide support for the argument that the Old Testament and New Testament are intimately connected with each other because the “holy scriptures” of Israel became part of the Bible of the Early Christians through the work of Jesus and his Apostles, long before there were any individual books of witness. Third, to understand the evidences from the New Testament as they relate to each other and form a single theological unit. The texts of the New Testament are all dedicated to substantiating the historical and spiritual mission of Jesus to reconcile both Jews and Gentiles with God. In their various levels of intensity and clarity they demonstrate that the “message of reconciliation” (2 Cor 5,19) forms the very core of the New Testament.



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