Paul's ingenious intertwining of anthropology and eschatology in 2
It has been said that Paul is not really Pauline in his eschatological
thoughts in 2 Corinthians 4:7-5:10. What could be the reason for that? The
discourse is very personal. What emerges in the foreground are Paul's
tribulations and suffering in his apostolic ministry. It is narrated in such a
way that it forms the basis for understanding his anthropology and
eschatology. His apostolic existence runs between two poles: his faith in
Christ and his eschatological hope. Therefore, his anthropology is only to
be understood in the light of his eschatology and his eschatology in the
light of his anthropology.
Continued 2001 as 'Verbum et Ecclesia'
Spine cut of Journal binding and pages scanned on flatbed EPSON Expression 10000 XL; 400dpi; text/lineart - black and white - stored to Tiff Derivation: Abbyy Fine Reader v.9 work with PNG-format (black and white); Photoshop CS3; Adobe Acrobat v.9 Web display format PDF