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The Pauline letters : introducing the New Testament /
author
Daniel J. Scholz ; James A. Kelhoffer, academic editor.
imprint
Winona, Minnesota : Anselm Academic, [2013]
description
330 p. : ill., charts, maps ; 21 cm
ISBN
1599820994, 9781599820996
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imprint
Winona, Minnesota : Anselm Academic, [2013]
isbn
1599820994
9781599820996
contents note
Introduction : studying Paul and his letters -- Part I. The undisputed Pauline letters. Paul of Tarsus -- First Thessalonians -- First Corinthians -- Second Corinthians -- Galatians -- Romans -- Philippians -- Philemon -- Part II. The disputed letters and post-Pauline writings. Colossians, Ephesians, and Second Thessalonians -- First Timothy, Second Timothy, and Titus -- Later letters, narratives, and the Apocalypse of Paul.
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8955221
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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This introduction to the Pauline Letters will take its place among the most accessible of its kind. Complicated history of exegesis is presented simply and comprehensibly. Summary boxes in the text and questions for review and reflection facilitate understanding. A particular strength is the focus on the theology and ethics of each letter. A final chapter completes the picture with brief presentations of the legacy of Paul in the early centuries of the church. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ Charles Fischer Catholic Professor of New Testament, Emerita Brite Divinity School
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