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Die Timotheus- und Titusakten und die Leidensthematik in den Pastoralbriefen. Aspekte zur Entstehungszeit und Intention der Pastoralbriefe

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The essay is connecting the Pastoral Epistles and the apocryphal Acts of Timothy and Titus. In corresponding to the motif of suffering in 1 and 2 Timothy (but not in Titus) the acts say that Timothy died as martyr, but not so Titus. In consequence we suppose that the Pastoral Epistles are written knowing the way of death and a clear longer time after the death of Timothy and Titus.
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Keywords: APOSTELAKTEN; EPHESUS; KRETA; LEIDEN; PASTORALBRIEFE; SCHL√úSSELBEGRIFFE: TIMOTHEUS; TITUS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-05-01

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