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Philippiens 3,21–4,1 et 1QS iv 6–8

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This chapter talks about the verses of Philippians with a warning against false circumcision who trusts in themselves and not in Jesus Christ (3.2 to 3). Paul argued that he would have trust in oneself (3.4 to 6), but he has learned to consider them with losses, specifically with reference to the well and supreme gain with a knowledge of Christ (3.7 to 8). He continues with an exhortation, in which a succession ends up with redundant, apostrophes and apposition. The chapter shows all these value that provides to the recipients. It embraces, in turn, a time space between the establishments of the two spirits, ultimately, the outcome of this conflict, marked by the visit and the triumph of Truth Perversity. The present eschatology and future eschatology are well designed in the texts of Paul. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: apostrophes; eschatology; Jesus Christ; Paul; Truth Perversity.



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