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It is natural to regard Paul “ in his passion for ideas and apparent indifference to
biographic detail , as an exception , and to think of the majority of his followers as
men who , while sympathising with his universalism , shared in no small ...
Paul ' s general universalism passed on to find analogous elements in the more
liberal phases of Jewish Christianity , and from these under the prevalent
Hellenism of the age grew the “ catholicism ” which stamps the subPauline
The Gentile Christians wbo formed the large majority in most of the Christian
communities , were susceptible less to the idiosyncrasies of Paul ' s great genius
than to the influences making for monotheism and morality which his preaching ...
Rome . Judaea and the East . 30 54 . 43 . Aretas IV . rules Nabataeans ( 9 B . C . -
40 A . D . ) . Fall of Sejanus , 31 . Death of Stephen : Persecution of Christians in
Judaea . Paul a Christian , 30 ( 31 ) . Financial crisis at Caiaphas deposed , 36 .
Mark Roi Clem Rom ( Hebrews ) ( Past epp ) Acts ! Valentinus Paul Martion .
Justin Herakleon Ptolemæus ( Tatian ) Hegesippus Rhodon I Peter Paul (
Preaching of Peter ) Quadratus Aristides Dionysius Philip of Gorty Paul Achia ( I
Peter ) ...
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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