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Paulus und die Errettung Israels. Röm 11,25–36 in der exegetischen Diskussion und im jüdisch-christlichen Dialog

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Abstract:

One of the key texts of today's Christian-Jewish dialogue, Rom 11:25–36, is full of exegetical problems, which have been a matter of debate for a long time. The following contribution wants to solve some of them by a close philological and historical analysis of the text, which receives many of its main impulses from the ideas of the Roman catholic exegete Franz Mußner. The article finally discusses Mußner's idea of a “Sonderweg” for Israel's salvation and tries to distinguish several ways of developing this idea for today's Christian-Jewish dialogue.

Keywords: FRÜHES CHRISTENTUM; ISRAELTHEOLOGIE; JÜDISCH-CHRISTLICHER DIALOG; PAULUS; RÖMERBRIEF

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1628/186870311795777418

Publication date: May 1, 2011

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