Paul: His Letters and His Theology : an Introduction to Paul's Epistles

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Paulist Press, 1986 - 278 pagini
A major Pauline theology, the first to have come out in the Catholic area in recent years, which sheds light on and interprets Paul's theology by his letters, his life, and both against the background of his times.
 

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Paul: his letters and his theology: an introduction to Paul's Epistles

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Cuprins

24 The Freedom for Which Christ Has Set Us Free
101
The First Letter to the Corinthians
112
A The Limit to Freedom
117
B A Second Limit to Freedom
118
26 Marriage Divorce and Celibacy
122
A Sexual Abstinence
124
B The Married
126
C Remarriage
127

9 Pauls Own Account
24
10 The Event on the Way to Damascus
26
11 Pauls Conversion
30
12 The Terms of the Conversion
32
13 Pauls Fundamental Insight
37
14 Paul after the Conversion
41
Pauls Epistles
45
16 The Pauline Epistles
50
17 Pauls Missionary Career
55
The First Epistle to the Thessalonians
59
19 Pauls Gospel
70
20 Beyond the Gospel
75
21 Until the Coming of the Lord
78
The Epistle to the Galatians
83
23 The Law
91
A An Institution of Salvation
93
B A Way of Perfection
95
C The Law as Wisdom
96
D Celibacy
129
E Reasons for Celibacy
131
27 The Church and the Lords Supper
136
28 Concerning Spiritual Gifts
149
A The Principle of Orthodoxy
153
B The Principle of Unity
154
C The Principle of the Common Good
155
29 The Resurrection
159
The Correspondence in 2 Corinthians
170
The Correspondence in Philippians
186
The Epistle to the Romans
206
33 The Spirit of Holiness
226
34 If You Believe
239
Bibliography of Works Cited
257
For Further Reading
260
Index
263
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Pagina 8 - The barge she sat in, like a burnish'd throne, Burn'd on the water ; the poop was beaten gold, Purple the sails, and so perfumed that The winds were love-sick with them, the oars were silver, Which to the tune of flutes kept stroke, and made The water which they beat to follow faster, As amorous of their strokes.

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The Apostle Paul and His Letters
Edwin D. Freed
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