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ΝΟΜΟΣ (ΤΩΝ) ΕΡΓΩΝ AND ΝΟΜΟΣ ΠΙΣΤΕΩΣ THE PAULINE RHETORIC AND THEOLOGY OF ΝΟΜΟΣ

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Since Paul intended his epistles to be read aloud to the congregation from the beginning to the end without going back and forth, they must have made some sense to the audience at the first reading. However, this does not deny that deeper meanings are hidden beneath the surface meaning. A superficial reading and the in-depth theological reading must be compatible and complementary. From this perspective this essay attempts to resolve the debate on the meaning of the ν μοσ π στεωσ and ν μοσ (τ ν) ργων in Rom. 3:27, whether they refer to the law in a general sense or the Torah.

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2003-07-01
2016-12-04

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