Paul Between Damascus and Antioch: The Unknown Years

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1997. jan. 1. - 530 oldal

A fresh exploration of Paul's activities during the hidden years of his life, from his conversion in Damascus to his familiar ministry in the book of Acts. With an unparalled wealth of historical material and a reconsideration of Paul's own writings, a new picture of Paul's life emerges.

 

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Preliminary Considerations
1
Damascus and the Turning Point in Pauls Life
24
independence and link with the community
43
political significance
50
The problem of the sympathizers and Jewish
61
propaganda
73
Pauls New Awareness of Himself as an Apostle and
91
Arabia and Aretas IV King of the Nabataeans 9 BCE40CE
106
on Paul?
167
Antioch
178
Antioch IV Maccabees and Paul
191
theology began?
279
of baptism
291
A Chronological Comparison Paul and Luther
311
Notes
321
Index of Biblical References
502

The Return to Damascus and the Flight from the City
127
The Visit to Peter in Jerusalem
133
Jewishpagan syncretism in Rough
161

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A szerzőről (1997)

Anna Maria Schwemer teaches at the Melanchthon Foundation, Tubingen.

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