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TDNTTheological Dictionary of the New Testament
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Weiser, A., <<[TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]>>, TDNT VI, 186; Jepsen, A., <<[TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]>>, TDOT I, 300.
Bultmann, R., <<[TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII.]>>, TDNT VI, 197-198.
The meaning of the term parresia approaches a sense of authority (exousia), and in the Republic is understood as "shamelessness." Heinrich Schlier, "parresia," TDNT 5 (1967), 871-75, 882.
Although Luke does not use the term parousia in Acts, from the outset belief on the part of the primitive community in it is "incontestible." See Albrecht Oepke, "parousia, pareimi," TDNT 5 (1967), 867.
(25.) Wilhelm Michaelis, "odos," TDNT 5 (1967), 42-47.
See Hans Conzehnann, "phos," TDNT 9 (1974), 315, 327-29, and 345.
4); [Greek Text Omitted] is used very frequently by Origen a little earlier, see Bertram, TDNT III.
Schmidt in his article '[Greek Text Omitted]' in the TDNT (11, 98-104).
Schmidt's article in TDNT. Van Unnik has convincingly shown that the term [Greek Text Omitted] was part of a comprehensive theology which gained its content and its weight from an understanding of the Torah that took seriously the law of Moses, not as a piece of literature from the past, but as the actual word of God.
45, who, also in part, follows Delling in TWNT 9 (1973), 676-677 (= TDNT 9 (1974), 677).
Bornkamm, ~[pi] [rho] [epsilon] [sigma] [beta] [upsilon] [zeta] [keppa] [tau] [lambda]', TDNT 6, (1968), 663 (94) So for example, H.