Missionarische Zeugnis an Israel im Licht von Römer 9-11 : eine missiologisch-exegetische Untersuchung zur israelogischen Verhältnisbestimmung von Israel und Kirche
Author(s)Schneider-Wentrup, Swen Sandor
Evangelisation of jews
Judaism (Christian theology) -- History of doctrines
Covenant theology -- Judaism
Missions to Jews -- History and criticism
Judaism (Christian theology) -- History and criticism
Jews -- Historiography
Dispensationalism -- Relations -- Judaism
Letter to the Romans
Bible -- Romans -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.Judaism (Christian theology) -- History of doctrines
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AbstractM. Th. (Missiology)
This thesis deals primarily with the questions: Is Israel constantly chosen by God or have the devine promises gone over to the chuch? Are jews to be saved without the sacrifice of Christ? Should jews be missionised as gentiles alike? To give responses, the followings steps are worked out: At first an overview on the israelological models that have been opined during church- history is presented. Secondly church-documents are analyzed in spite of their missiological content. Thirdly an exegesis of Romans 9-11 is offered. Following this, those of the church-documents, whose israelology is closest to the witness of scripture, are presented. Finally a conclusion is offered, which states, that jews are constantly chosen, but not to be saved in another manner as gentiles. Therefore the church is continually obliged to bear the Gospel also to Israel. Jews and gentiles alike are to be saved by nothing but the blood of Jesus.
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Christian Spirituality, Church History and Missiology
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