Rola Pisma Świętego w Kościele według 2 Tm 3,14-17


Abstract

Nella Seconda Lettera a Timoteo si legge il passo piu rilevante di tutto il Nuovo Testamento circa il rapporto tra Sacra Scrittura e azione pastorale (2 Tm 3,14-17). In questo testo l'accento e posto, piu che sulla ispirazione, sulla efficacia della Parola di Dio scritta nella vita del credente e sulla sua utilita nel ministero pastorale. L'analisi da noi realizzata ci lascia di rivisitarlo sotto questo profilo.
II brano si articola in due frasi nelia struttura chiastica: A(v. 14a), B (v. 14b-15), B1 (v. 16), A1 (v. 17). Dopo questa l' analisi la riffiesione si eoncentra sui molo delie Scritture, sulla loro efficacia formativa in ordine alla vita cristiana e sulla missione dei pastori delia Chiesa.


Published : 2015-12-31


Haręzga, S. (2015). Rola Pisma Świętego w Kościele według 2 Tm 3,14-17. Verbum Vitae, 13, 169-177. https://doi.org/10.31743/vv.1462

Stanisław Haręzga  naporus@gmail.com
Instytut Nauk Biblijnych Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego Jana Pawła II  Poland




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