Studia Koszalińsko-Kołobrzeskie

ISSN: 1230-0780     DOI: 10.18276/skk.2016.23-04
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Lista wydań / nr 23 2016
The Open Door of Heaven: Reflections on the Book of Revelation, chapters 4 and 5
(Otwarte drzwi nieba: refleksja nad Apokalipsą św. Jana, rozdziały 4 i 5)

Rok wydania:2016
Liczba stron:16 (55-70)
Słowa kluczowe: Bóg teologia profetyczna uwielbienie Qeduscha OT i żydowski/judaistyczny kontekst/tło liturgia baranek/chrystologia
Autorzy: Beate Kowalski
Humanwissenschaften und Theologie Technische Universität Dortmund

Abstrakt

Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie wstępnej wizji zawartej w głównej części Apokalipsy św. Jana (Ap 4–5), która razem z rozdziałami 22,1–22,7 tworzy profetyczną relację. Początek i koniec apokalipsy daje wyobrażenie nieba: niebiańskiej sali tronowej w Ap 4–5 i nowego nieba w Ap 22,1–22,7. W artykule zostało przedstawione zadanie, OT i liturgiczne tło/kontekst wizji niebiańskiego tronu.
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