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Der Klemensroman

Der Klemensroman (Paperback)

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English summary: The Clementine Romance is the first Christian adaptation of a popular literary genre: the novel. Its name derives from the narrator who claims to be identical with Clement of Rome. The plot takes place about the year 30 CE; Clement seeks answers to the questions concerning the meaning of life, and tries to find his missing family. With the help of the apostle Peter, who he accompanies, he finds both. Woven into this narration are disputes between Peter and Simon Magus. The present volume provides a newly revised translation intended for a broad audience. German description: Der Klemensroman ist die erste christliche Adaption der popularen Literaturgattung des Romans. Der Name des Werkes geht auf seinen fiktiven Ich-Erzahler Klemens zuruck, der mit der historischen Gestalt des Klemens von Rom identisch sein will. Die um 30 n. Chr. spielende Handlung dreht sich zum einen um die Suche des Klemens nach Antworten auf die Sinnfragen des Lebens, zum andern um die Suche nach seiner verschollenen Familie - mit Hilfe des Apostels Petrus, dem er sich anschliesst, finden beide Probleme eine gluckliche Losung. Hineinverwoben in diese Erzahlung sind spannende Auseinandersetzungen des Petrus mit dem Zauberer Simon, den der Apostel schliesslich besiegt. Jurgen Wehnert legt das Werk in einer neu bearbeiteten Ubersetzung vor, die sich an ein breites Publikum richtet.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesReligion & BeliefsChristianity Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co KG Publication Date: 16/09/2015 ISBN-13: 9783525534618  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Dr. Jurgen Wehnert ist apl. Professor fur Biblische Theologie am Seminar fur Ev. Theologie u. Religionspadagogik der TU Braunschweig.

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