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Teología y vida

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FERRADA, Andrés. Conciencia canónica de Pablo en la Primera Carta a los Tesalonicenses. Teol. vida [online]. 2013, vol.54, n.2, pp.289-305. ISSN 0049-3449.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0049-34492013000200005.

The canonicity of the biblical texts is a quality of the texts themselves ("passive canonicity") depending on the inspiration their authors received from the Holy Spirit ("active canonicity"). The church communities acknowledged this quality of the texts during a historical process of early Christianity. This ecclesiastical recognition refers to the "active canonicity", that is, the conscience the authors had as they composed the writings that can be appreciated in the texts they wrote. They realized they were expressing divine meanings in human words. The present paper shows that conscience through two excerpts in Paul's 1 Thessalonians.

Palabras clave : Paul; 1 Thessalonians; Canon; Canonicity; Word of God; Inerrancy; Inspiration; Dei Verbum; Verbum Domini.

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