2011 | 3(58) | 15-21
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Historia zbawienia według przypowieści o złych dzierżawcach

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The History of Salvation according to the Biblical Parable about the Evil Vine-growers
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The article is an attempt at an in-depth dogmatic interpretation, hermeneutics of Jesus' parable about the evil vine-growers. The parable probably comes from the collection of the Lord's Speeches. It is quoted in St Mark 12, 1-12, St Luke 20, 9-19 and St Matt 21, 33-45. According to the Biblical use of metaphors the vineyard is the Qahal of the Old Testament, its owner is God, and the evil vine-growers are evil religious superiors betraying the Divine Law and the Decalogue. The lord's servants are prophets and the owner's son is Jesus Christ, who the superiors want to kill. However, Jesus prophesizes that His death will be the corner stone of the New Vineyard, the New God's People and the messianic Church, to which also pagans will be admitted. Jesus' death for Israel and for all people will be redemption of sins, salvation and establishing God's Kingdom, to which all nations will be admitted.
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