Inimici Ecclesiae: Das Ekklesiologische Feindbild in Luthers Dictata Super Psalterium 1513-1515 Im Horixont Der Theologischen Tradition

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Brill Archive, 1989 - 241 من الصفحات
Analyzes Luther's early anti-Judaism as expressed in his lectures on the Psalms (1513-15). Luther continued a tradition (Augustine, Pérez of Valencia, Nicolaus of Lyra) which interpreted the Psalms as prophecies concerning Christ and the Church, and references to "enemies" as meaning the enemies of Christ and the Church: first and foremost the Jews, who were guilty of the Crucifixion and of rejection of Christ's truth. Luther carried this interpretation further than his predecessors because of the importance to his theology of the polar opposition between the carnal Jews and the spirituality of Christ. The Jews were for Luther the prototype for all the enemies of the Church.

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TEIL I
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Psalm 31
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Die Radikalisierung der Kreuzigungssünde bei Jacob Perez
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Psalm 73
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Psalm 90
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gebnisse
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Einleitung
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Zwei Vergegenwärtigungsmodelle
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Ausblick auf die weitere Entwicklung
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Literaturverzeichnis
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