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This work begins with a reasonable evaluation of the Midrashic methods, presenting them as basic tools for understanding the New Testament writings, though advening that such methods constitute a means and not an end. The work passes on to expound the significance of derash and its diverse forms, and arrives at the condusion that the idea of fulfillment is fundamental in the New Testament derash. This is what makes the New Testament derash different from the Jewish derash; whereas the latter offers a commentary on the books of the Old Testament, the New Testament writings sustain that whatever was said in the Law and in the Prophets is realized and fulfilled in Jesus Christ. It is also possible to speak of a derash that is confirmatory and besides, selective, insofar as the hagiographers of the New Testament select diverse passages from the Old, and confirm that what is there announced is realized and fulfilled in Jesus Christ. As an example, the anide surveys the first section of the Book of Signs in Sto John.

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Materias Investigación, Teología y Ciencias religiosas, Sagrada Escritura, Derásh, IV Evangelio


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