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This front matter section of this book titled Paul and the Ancient Letter Form contains the table of contents, preface and the list of abbreviations. The book brings together a number of different papers by scholars engaged in discussion of the topic of Pauls letters. It focuses to relate Pauls letters to the larger epistolary tradition in the Greco-Roman world. Although Greek letters provide the primary model for comparison, there are also discussions regarding the relationship of Pauls letters to Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin, and other epistolary traditions. Most of the chapters in the book follows the main stream of epistolary study and treat the letters of Paul in terms of the traditional topics of Pauline letter study.

Keywords: Ancient Letter Form; Greco-Roman world; Paul



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