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Letters of Paul


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Paul, Letters of

Paul, Letters of

The Letters of Paul

Corinthians, The Letters of Paul to the

Thessalonians, The Letters of Paul to the

Narrative, Multiplicity, and the Letters of Paul

The Trinity in the Letters of St Paul and Hebrews

Enthymemes in the Letters of Paul. By Marc J. Debanné.

Review: Paul in Chains: Roman Imprisonment and the Letters of St Paul

The New Covenant in the Letters of Paul and the Essene Documents

If Sons, Then Heirs: A Study of Kinship and Ethnicity in the Letters of Paul. By Caroline Johnson Hodge.

VALÉRY, Paul (1871 - 1945), President of Committee of Letters and Arts of League of Nations; Administrateur du Centre Méditerranéen de Nice; Professeur de Poétique au Collège de France; poet and philosopher

The Spirit World in the Letters of Paul the Apostle: A Critical Examination of the Role of Spiritual Beings in the Authentic Pauline Epistles. By Guy J. Williams.

Arguing with Scripture: The Rhetoric of Quotations in the Letters of Paul. By Christopher D. Stanley. 208 pp. New York and London: T & T Clark, 2004. isbn 0 5670 2630 2. Paper £19.99

Theological Issues in the Letters of Paul. By J. Louis Martyn. Pp. xvii + 334. (Studies of the New Testament and its World.) Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1997. ISBN 0 567 085929. £25.95.

Book Review: 1756: The War in Bohemia: 1757: Reichenberg and Malleschitz: 1757: The Defence of Prague: 1757–1759: ‘My Dear St Paul’. Letters from Louis Bruno Comte de Boisgelin to Horace St Paul: Zweybrücken in Command: 1758: The Campaign for the Liberation of Saxony

Book Review: 1756: The War in Bohemia: 1757: Reichenberg and Malleschitz: 1757: The Defence of Prague: 1757–1759: ‘My Dear St Paul’. Letters from Louis Bruno Comte de Boisgelin to Horace St Paul: Zweybrücken in Command: 1758: The Campaign for the Liberation of Saxony

 

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The Qumran scrolls have been studied in relation to the Pauline letters in three main ways: as background to the New Testament; comparatively, as documents belonging to Second Temple Judaism ...

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