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Mission and Moral Reflection in Paul

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  • 212 Nombre de pages
The Author: Michael Barram is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Saint Mary's College of California. He holds a Ph.D. in... Lire la suite
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The Author: Michael Barram is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Saint Mary's College of California. He holds a Ph.D. in New Testament studies from Union Theological Seminary-PSCE (Richmond, Virginia). In addition to the Pauline letters, his primary academic interests include biblical and theological perspectives on economic justice and missional hermeneutics.



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The Apostle Paul sought to exert his influence and authority over the congregations he founded long after they had been established. Such ongoing oversight by Christianity's prototypical «evangelist» has not been adequately understood. In a brief 1987 article, W. Paul Bowers challenged John Knox's assertion that Paul's «pastoral and administrative work irked him and that he wanted to be free of it». This book confirms and significantly develops Bowers's little-known thesis, examining a wide range of passages in the apostle's undisputed letters and highlighting crucial implications of Paul's broadly conceived vocation for understanding his mission and moral reflection.

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Titre: Mission and Moral Reflection in Paul
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Code EAN: 9780820474304
ISBN: 0820474304
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 212
Poids: 509g
Taille: H236mm x B158mm x T20mm
Année: 2005