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The Epistle of James (1982)
by Peter H. Davids
Although such a misunderstood Paulinism is a good assumption, there is no evidence other than this epistle that such a position ever actually existed in the shape found here. If it did exist, it could have existed very early. Therefore, it does not ...
by Merrill F. Unger
Paulinism and Contemporary Thought. Modern scholarship has signally failed to catch the unique revelatory emphasis of the apostle's theology. Albert Schweitzer , for example, found in apocalyptic literature (as the result of increased ...
Over 300 Terms Clearly & Concisely Defined by Arthur G. Patzia, Anthony J. Petrotta
Paulinism. An expression or theological formulation characteristic of Paul. Paulinist. A person who continued Paul's legacy. Books believed to be *deutero- Pauline are often said to have been written by a pax Romana 92 Paulinist, someone ...
A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship by Gerald F. Hawthorne, Ralph P. Martin, Daniel G. Reid
or a misunderstood Paulinism ...
The Century dictionary (1914)
an encyclopedic lexicon of the English language by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
The doctrines of these supposed apostolic schools are known respectively as Paulinism and Petrinism. Paulinism is also used to signify more specifically the teachings of the Pauline epistles, especially with reference to divine sovereignty, ...
A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship by Craig A. Evans, Stanley E. Porter, Jr.
Baur, Paulinism, or Gentile Christianity, was universalizing and would not see any further need for obedience to the particularism of Mosaic law. The earliest Christian community in Jerusalem was made up of both Hebrew ...
by Stanley E. Porter
As a result, wehave three options: James totally misunderstands Paul; James hasnever seen aPauline letter but is reacting toa distorted Paulinism (thathemay not knowcomes from Paul) used to justify a lack ofcharity,or James is reacting to an ...
by Matthew S. DeMoss, J. Edward Miller
Paulinism An expression that is characteristically PAULINE. pax Romana Term used to describe the two centuries of relative political stability in the Roman Empire (means “Roman peace”), beginning with the reign of Augustus Caesar in 27 ...
by Millard J. Erickson
Paulinism A theology based primarily on the writings of Paul ...
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