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La Morale Néotestamentaire: Morale Chrétienne Et Morale De La Charité

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The supreme rule of the approach, it is the will of God: Fiat voluntas killed. It is also necessary to know because neither the sincerity nor the willingness, or even the most ardent zeal enough to correction of an action that takes its correctness or its truth in compliance with this measure Divine. In the Torah, Paul replaces the one hand, the Gospel and the teaching, as exposed to the Way;secondly, the apostolic Tradition that vehicle orders determining moral behavior. This suggests that, for a Christian virtue we must consider to abide by these instructions and to this discipline from the Lord. The Christian life is inaugurated well by an act of obedience and its deployment is not another.

Keywords: Christian virtue; Paul; Torah



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