Paul: An Outline of His Theology by Herman Ridderbos

By Herman Ridderbos

In lots of methods this is often the main finished and thorough exposition of the educating of the apostle Paul. right here we discover sound exegesis, perceptive research, profound perception, and a humble hearing the voice of Paul.

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Here written well and carefully. with even pen strokes. The characten lean a little to the left. Analogies in Cavallo and Maehler are plates 2a and 2b. the latter the Chester Beatty Ecclesiasticus (Siracb). of the early fourth century. thirdlfourtb" seem to be over-optimistic. The text is characterized by K. Oxy. 847) contains John 2:11-22. 40 There is, however. Oxy. 2699 (Apo&lonius Rhodius. 41 IOntC influence of biblical majuscule - Jigma is not markedly IWTOW. IIU is square. Comparison with a hand like P.

Of the early fourth century. thirdlfourtb" seem to be over-optimistic. The text is characterized by K. Oxy. 847) contains John 2:11-22. 40 There is, however. Oxy. 2699 (Apo&lonius Rhodius. 41 IOntC influence of biblical majuscule - Jigma is not markedly IWTOW. IIU is square. Comparison with a hand like P. Henn. Rees 5,42 3'. K. AJand. "Aller und Bllltdluni de, D-Tcxtes im Ncuco Tc:scamcnt. unon Roca·P,,;, (ed. S. Janeru; Ban:elona: Fundaci6 Salvador Viws Cuajuana. 1987) 37-S6; B. J. Epp. " in TrtJdit""" itt tM S«orttl Cnllllry: OrigilU.

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