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CHUECAS, IGNACIO. Heidegger y San Pablo: La interpretación fenomenológica de Martin Heidegger a la carta a los Gálatas desde una perspectiva de exégesis bíblica. Teol. vida [online]. 2008, vol.49, n.3, pp.431-445. ISSN 0049-3449.

In the present article, the author seeks to investígate, from the starting point of categories appropriate to biblical exégesis, the motivations and perspectives employed by Martin Heidegger in his phenomenological approach to the Pauline letters, as found in the lecture known as "Phánomenologie des religiósen Lebené'. Heidegger's interest is centered particularly on the Letter to the Galatians, probably because he believes he can find here the earliest expression of Saint Paul's experience of God. This is the sense in which his special attention is paid to the section commonly termed narratio (Gal 1:10-2:21). On the other hand, it seems relevant to re-analyze some of the uniquely Pauline theological concepts that Heidegger uses, and regarding which he is undoubtedly influenced by the academic circles of his time. Among such fundamental concepts, one in particular that seems especially central is that of the existing relationship between "Faith and Law." It is in precisely this sphere that an evolution in the concept is evident in modern Pauline studies.

Palabras clave : Phenomenology; Martin Heidegger; Paúl of Tarsus; Galatians.

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