Status Quaestionis de la Investigación de Apocalipsis en la IASD

Autores/as

  • Miguel Angel Mausa Durango Corporación Universitaria Adventista de Colombia
  • Elizabeth Murillo Ante Corporación Universitaria Adventista
  • Jorge Eliecer García Tatis Corporación Universitaria Adventista
  • Willi Rentería Trellez Corporación Universitaria Adventista
  • Giovanni Ardila Mora Corporación Universitaria Adventista

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35997/unaciencia.v15i28.655

Palabras clave:

Metodología , Adventista , Teología , Apocalipsis , Intertextualidad

Resumen

Siendo que el libro de Apocalipsis juega un papel importante en la teología adventista, el presente artículo busca analizar las tendencias investigativas en las principales revistas indexadas del circulo adventista. Tal estudio permite conocer los campos más estudiado en la erudición y hallar huecos que necesitan ser mejor estudiados en el libro de Apocalipsis. Además, mediante este estudio se destacan las metodologías utilizadas por los estudiosos para llegar a conocer el significado de este libro y las temáticas más estudiadas en los últimos años. Todas estas características sirven de aporte para las futuras investigaciones donde se analicen de forma global el valor de este libro para la erudición adventista.

Biografía del autor/a

Elizabeth Murillo Ante, Corporación Universitaria Adventista

Licenciada en Teología.

Jorge Eliecer García Tatis, Corporación Universitaria Adventista

Licenciado en Teología.

Willi Rentería Trellez, Corporación Universitaria Adventista

Licenciado en Teología.

Giovanni Ardila Mora, Corporación Universitaria Adventista

Licenciado en Teología.

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Publicado

2022-09-29

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Mausa Durango, M. A., Murillo Ante, E., García Tatis, J. E., Rentería Trellez, W., & Ardila Mora, G. (2022). Status Quaestionis de la Investigación de Apocalipsis en la IASD. UNACIENCIA, 15(28), 83-100. https://doi.org/10.35997/unaciencia.v15i28.655

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