By Dominique Angers
This e-book examines using the time period σήμερον (“today”) in Luke-Acts (22 occurrences), the Pauline letters (Romans 11:8; 2 Corinthians 3:14, 15) and the Epistle to the Hebrews (1:5; 3:7, thirteen, 15; 4:7 [twice]); 5:5; 13:8). It offers specific awareness to the prospective impression of the Deuteronomic "today" within the New testomony. major hypotheses are on the center of this research. First, the notice "today," in Deuteronomy in addition to the 3 New testomony corpora into consideration, turns into a theological subject of its personal. moment, within the minds of the 3 New testomony authors who deal with this motif, there looks an understanding of convinced theological institutions which are certain up with the Deuteronomic "today." by means of the tip of this research, it turns into obvious that Luke’s this present day, Paul’s this day and the this day of the Epistle to the Hebrews, whereas every one owning particular features, all give a contribution to stress an identical key theological options, similar to the achievement of Scripture, an inaugurated and gradually learned eschatology, the arrival of salvation, the heralding of the excellent news and the proclaiming of God’s notice.
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