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Inhaltsangabe zu "Bracia polscy i imię Jahwe w Nowym Testamencie."
ON THE WRITINGS OF POLISH BRETHREN IN THE 16TH CENTURY.
This treatise deals with a common view that the doctrinal beliefs of the Polish Brethren of the 16th century had evolved from the Trinitarian positions through the concept of three Gods, then two Gods until they reached the stage of the Unitarian, monotheistic view. On the basis of the research performed, such the hypothesis must be rejected. The original reports of synods of the new founded Polish Calvinian Church from 1561 to 1569 indicate that there was a group of dedicated Italian and Polish Servetians, inspired by the writings of Michael Servetus. They preferred original Jewish-Christian theology and believed since the very beginning in one God only. Those people attempted to replace the common Trinitarian theology by the monotheistic theology. In order to prove their points they developed an original method of biblical studies.
First, they compared the New Testament (Hebrew Christian Scriptures written in Greek) with the Hebrew Bible. Then, they restored in their commentaries and in some New Testament translations the God's Name IEUE, Yehweh, יהוה in all those spots where it is in the original Hebrew Text of the Old Testament. Second, they noticed that the Trinitarian Christian translations and commentaries of the Hebrew Bible do not distinguish between the notion of the Hebrew words Elohim, haElohim, האלהים, El, Benei haElohim, Adon, Adoni, and the modern Jewish Adonay) i.e., between the ancient Hebrew notion of LORD, Lord, lords; GOD, God, gods; angels and billions of heavenly Sons of God.
In particular, some of them did not accept the traditional Arian and Trinitarian dogma that the Logos created all things. Some Brethren did believed, that Jesus is only the Firstborn of God and his mother Mary. Others did believe that he was just a Jewish rabbi – one of Josef’s sons. For others the heavenly Father is the only Creator and the Logos is just...
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