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Das Israelproblem nach Gal 4,21–31 und Röm 9–11

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This article begins with an exegetical analysis of Gal 4:21–31. The author establishes two lines of argument which deal with completely different aspects of Paul's distinction between Hagar and Sarah. In this text, Paul pursues a Christian identity management. Rom 9–11 is not a revision of Gal 4:21–31 but rather an eschatological extension of this text. In the end, this text demonstrates that Paul has failed to solve the Israel problem.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 March 2010

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