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Trauerarbeit im Urchristentum : Auferstehungsglaube, Heils- und Abendmahlslehre im Kontext urchristlicher Verarbeitung von Schuld und Trauer /
Shin Yoshida.
imprint
Göttingen : V&R Unipress, [2013]
description
133 p. : 10 ill. ; 25 cm
ISBN
3847101021 (hd.bd.), 9783847101024 (hd.bd.)
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imprint
Göttingen : V&R Unipress, [2013]
isbn
3847101021 (hd.bd.)
9783847101024 (hd.bd.)
general note
Revised version of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Universität Heidelberg, 2009/2010.
catalogue key
9405873
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-133).
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Long Description
Entstehung der Urgemeinde: Ein Versuch aus Sicht der Trauerarbeit und aktueller psychologischer Forschung.
Long Description
Grief and the early church. This would appear to be an extraordinary combination. Yet, grief was important for the creation of the early church. Which event gave rise to the creation of the early church? How did the apostles recover from the shock of Jesus death? Why did they worship Jesus, after he had been put to death, as Christ, although they fled and betrayed him as he was arrested in Gethsemane? This is a very controversial research question. This work concerns itself with the situation of the apostles shortly after Jesus death and investigates the verses 1 Cor. 15:3-8, the tradition of the last supper and the resurrection experience. The psychological concept of grief work is considered in this context as well.

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