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... the standpoint from which he is viewed in relation to Jew and Gentile , the
hopes and experiences by which his life is coloured , and finally , the
arrangement of the whole story . In many cases the authors could not help being
subservient to ...
46 – 67 ) , his antagonism to the libertine tendencies of Gentile Christians ( 722
1341 2412 ) in Asia Minor , and his general reflection of a more liberal Jewish
Christianity , such as that for which Peter furnished the prototype ; along with
... like the similar suggestion of Weizsäcker , that Paul had collaborateurs ,
Barnabas , Apollos , and others , whose independent but allied work in the
sphere of dogma helped the later fusion of Jewish - Christian and Gentile
The great “ pathologist of Judaism ” was the pioneer , not the founder , of Gentile
Christianity as it rose after 70 A . D . into a denationalised and broad organisation
of communities throughout the Empire . His main contribution was to build the ...
... of believers , including Paul , and from the first , Jewish Christian , generation
of these believers to the Gentile Christians ; in other words , from Christ to the
brotherhood of believers in Christ , and from this to the incipient catholic church .
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Can the whole be less than the sum of its parts? Both the virtues and the defects of James Moffatt's translation of the Bible are well-known: It is clear, forceful, and fluid. But it is also rather ... Leer comentario completo