PRESENÇAS DO VERBO MOVER-SE DE COMPAIXÃO NOS EVANGELHOS SINÓTICOS

ILDO PERONDI
2014 ATUALIDADE TEOLÓGICA  
This communication is about an investigation of the presence of the verb (splangxnizomai, "move or to be moved with compassion, be touched with pity") and its occurrences in the synoptic gospels. We made a brief investigation of the origins of the term in the classical Greek, besides the use by the LXX and others pre-Christian writings, aiming to identify the evolution of its primitive sense until its exclusively theological use, featuring compassionate actions narrated in the synoptic gospels.
more » ... Thus, we made a comparative analysis, highlighting with the gospel of Luke. Although used a few times, but applied in specific situations in the gospels, the term characterizes the messianic actions of Jesus, who, in crucial situations, he was moved with compassion and acted up to fix the situations.
doi:10.17771/pucrio.ateo.23358 fatcat:oly3keupvfgv3oqzr2lqdlv2ym