Colloquia Theologica Ottoniana

ISSN: 1731-0555     eISSN: 2353-2998    OAI
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Lista wydań / 2/2013
Struktura i treść krótszej wersji modlitwy „Ojcze nasz” (Łk 11,2b-4)

Autorzy: Jan Flis
Wydział Teologiczny Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego
Słowa kluczowe: Our Father prayer Abba name kingdom bread wine sin temptation the devil
Rok wydania:2013
Liczba stron:21 (21-41)

Abstrakt

The article was to present the content and structure of the Lord‘s Prayer in the version that was in Lk. When entering text, are shown in “mimic” the statement three versions that are found in the most ancient Christian tradition: Lk 11,2 b–4, Mt 11,9 b–13 and the Didache 8.2, first in the original language , then the faithful translation into Polish. Next discusses the structure and content of the so-called shorter version of Luke. It was first two retro-translation into Aramaic (E. Lohmeyer, G. Schwarz) that are using the right meaning of the message of the Lord‘s Prayer. Luke‘s version begins with a oneword invocation Pa,ter, which is equivalent to the Aramaic aB;)a;) and the best equivalent in Polish would be Daddy. After the invocation followed five requests (number commonly found in the ancient East and the Bible). The first two requests, the synthetic parallelism, you can specify the theological and anthropological next three ecclesial. The subject of the first wishes praying are: holiness of God and the realization of the kingdom of God. The subject of the second portion is: broadly defined daily bread for God’s forgiveness and forgive all victory in temptation. God is not tempted to do evil, but it can prevent temptation as an experience. Tempter is the devil – the enemy of God and man.
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