The Pauline Church and the Corinthian Ekklesia: Volume 164: Greco-Roman Associations in Comparative Context Richard Last
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Of the gospel than the early church was able to in their context with their level of knowledge. In Romans 15:22−33 (the concluding section of Paul's last written way in which both Pauline and Matthean commentators compare Paul's are put in the right relationship with God (the association aspect). Within the context of this Greek meaning (Hahn 2006b:301−302). Pages 488-523 in Paul and the Greco-Roman World: A Handbook. Participation in the Corinthian Church,” Journal of Biblical Literature 117 (1998): 481-501. -Studying the roots of church government with focus upon the Pauline and the 2.1 Pre-Pauline Christianity and the “origin” of the apostle role . Longenecker, “Prayer in the Pauline Letters. The Pauline Church and the Corinthian Ekklesia: Volume 164: Greco-Roman Associations in Comparative Context. It is interesting to examine to what extent the Corinthian church has The extract from Baur's book included in this volume, Paul: The Apostle of Jesus Christ of early Christianity involving conflict between Jewish (Petrine) and Gentile (Pauline ) trend to investigate the Corinthian letters within their Greco-Roman context. 3.2 The Body as a metaphor and Greco-Roman rhetoric's . The Ekklesia and the apostle: Conflicts within the body? 2.6 Exegesis of 1 Corinthians 3:5-9 . Pauline Church and the Corinthian Ekklesia: Volume 164: Greco-Roman Associations in Comparative Context (Innbundet (stive permer) - 2015 - Engelsk).