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Analysis Of Rom 1:16–8:39 According To Semantic Domains

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This appendix section of the book contains a table that illustrates analysis of ROM 1:16-8:39 according to semantic domains. The major objective of this book is to answer the following three questions: Where is Paul's central point(s) or peak(s) in Rom 1:16-8:39? What is the content of the peak point(s)? And how can one identify the central point(s)? In order to investigate Paul's arguments, this study suggests a discourse analytic methodology principally based on the Hallidayan systemic-functional model.

Keywords: ROM 1:16-8:39; semantic domains



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