thlipsis

thlipsis

(ˈθlɪpsɪs)
n
(Pathology) compression or constriction by an outside cause, esp of the blood vessels or another part of the body
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(44) The word thlipsis, here translated "distress," is used of the "persecution" of Christians in Acts 14.22.
Heidegger recuerda que tambien San Pablo en la carta a los Tesalonicenses habla de thlipsis: es la preocupacion del convertido al cristianismo por la propia vida, que sea verdadera, santa.
Similar concerns extend to the exegetical analyses of homeiromai, thlipsis, and the proistamenoi of 1 Thessalonians 5.