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autor: Adamczyk, D.

tytuł: Quotations from the Book of Malachi in Synoptic Gospels

Studia Pastoralne 8 (2012) 261-272

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słowa kluczowe: ewangelie synoptyczneKsięga MalachiaszaJan Chrzciciel

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QUOTATIONS FROM THE BOOK OF MALACHI IN SYNOPTIC GOSPELS
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The extract of Malachi 3:1 about preparing the way for the Lord is put into the pericope on John the Baptist being a predecessor of the Saviour (Matthew 11:7-15, Mark 1:1-8, Luke 7:24-30). This prophecy is fulfilled with the person of John the Baptist as he is somebody more important than just God’s herald. With the prophecy of Elijah’s return (Malachi 4:5) he is the one who directly announces the coming of the Lord. Luke is the only writer of the three synoptic gospels that refers to the words of Malachi 4:5-6 and he puts them in his pericope on the announcement of John’s birth (Luke 1:5-25). Luke’s gospel underlines the contrast between John the Baptist and Jesus emphasizing Jesus’ transcendency. The Gospel reinterpretation identifies the coming of the Messiah with the coming of God which makes them equal.
Matthew notes that Jesus speaks of John the Baptist and if you are willing to accept it, he is Elijah who is to come (Matthew 11:14). John is the messenger of the kind usually angels are and none of the other prophets had such an honour. His duty is to preach and prepare the people for the Messiah. Jesus praises John while John is imprisoned and that makes him the first human being to die for Christ.



autor: Lapko, R.

tytuł: The Book of Tobit. Family in a foreign land

Studia Pastoralne 11 (2015) 233-239

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słowa kluczowe: Księga Tobiaszarodzina

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The Book of Tobit. Family in a foreign land
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The author of the Book of Tobit, which should be taken as a model, wants to protect the values and wealth of Jewish families. In the Book we encounter God’s intervention in the life of Tobit, Tobias and Sarah living in a foreign land emphasised by the motive of burial, by the motive of the deprivation of the property, by the motive of blidness, by the motive of childlessness and abandonment and modelled on Genesis. Their religion is based on fidelity to Law, prayers and practising pious and good deeds. Such a religion does not exclude suffering, including the suffering of the righteous.



autor: Wilk, J.

tytuł: Strategia grzechu według Rdz 4,6-7

Studia Pastoralne 10 (2014) 192-199

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słowa kluczowe: teologia biblijnaKsięga Rodzajugrzech

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THE STRATEGY OF SIN ACCORDING TO THE BOOK OF GENESIS 4:6-7
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This article, analysing the Book of Genesis 4:6-7, describes the process of growth of the human weakness to sin. Earlier, objectionable behaviour prepares the ground for temptation to heavy sin. It is a process that takes on its intensity and strength and which gradually shows the Man the way to evil. Sin, and more precisely the temptation to sin is patient and as in the description of conversation between God and Cain, it stands by the door to person’s heart (will). In attribution of Man is the decision of opening the door (acceptance on evil).
The text Gen 4:6-7 that can be an (later?) attempt to solve this tragic ending of the story about Cain and Abel (Gen 4:1-16), was given to a contextual analysis. Next, there was made a syntactic and semantic study over the formula hatthat rowec, being the example of connecting the grammatical anomaly with an unusual as for the Old Testament terminology. The last part of the article is the discussion the theological and psychological meaning of Gen 4:6-7.



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