Seven Pauline Letters

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Liturgical Press, 1982 - Religion - 283 pages

These insights on the literary structure and theological argumentation ofPaul's letters lead to a deeper and more unified understanding ofPaul's message and spirituality.

Explanations of apocalyptic literature, eschatology, and the kenotic hymn (Phil. 2:6-11) contribute to this thorough study ofPaul's mind and theology.

 

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Contents

THE FIRST LETTER OF PAUL TO
14
THE FIRST LETTER OF PAUL TO
38
THE LETTER OF PAUL TO THE PHILIPPIANS
115
THE SECOND LETTER OF PAUL TO
139
THE LETTER OF PAUL TO THE GALATIANS
173
THE LETTER OF PAUL TO THE ROMANS
200
NOTES
265
BIBLIOGRAPHY
278
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