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  • Paul's Teaching About The Church And Religion
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    Michael W. Shell Christianity 150 New Testament Dr. Scott Nash Essay Question 3: Was Paul a male chauvinist Cite particular passages in his letters to support your view. In many of the letters that Paul transcribed during his travels, he espoused views that feminists of our time might construe as being chauvinistic. In trying to determine whether his views on marriage and the place of women in society are biased, we must understand the time period of his writings. The theological impact on his p...
  • Written Before Winter Since Paul
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    Corinthians, the seventh book of the New Testament, was written by Paul to get across that Jesus is alive (15: 3-18) and that we will be resurrected (15: 35-38), among other things. Today there is no dispute that Paul is the author of I Corinthians. "Both external and the internal evidence for the Pauline authorship are so strong that those who attempt to show the apostle was not the writer succeed chiefly in proving their own incompetence as critics". 1 As internal evidence, Paul identifies him...
  • Written II Thessalonians
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    I and II THESSALONIANS: The books of I and II Thessalonians, which are in the New Testament, are both letters to a church that Paul the apostle helped establish in the city of Thessalonica. First Thessalonians is agreed by biblical scholars to be written by Paul. The author of II Thessalonians, however, is still being debated about. In II Thessalonians itself, and in secondary sources, there is evidence to support the theories that Paul wrote II Thessalonians as well as the first letter but also...
  • Galatians Lack Of Faith In Paul's Teachings
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    The Letter to the Galatians and the Issues it Contains Paul's Letter to the Galatians is written in a very emotional and serious style. He addresses important issues, and there is a sense of urgency in his words. In the work he criticizes the actions of the Galatians, and gives them an ultimatum for the future. Some of the topics which are addressed in the letter include the Galatians lack of faith in Paul's teachings, justification through faith in Jesus Christ, and the circumcision of Gentile ...
  • Paul's Letters
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    Paul, formerly a persecutor of Christians, was on the road to Damascus when suddenly God spoke to him. "Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me" (Acts 9: 4) God asked. Paul was then blinded and led by his friends to Damascus, where a disciple named Ananias was waiting for him. Ananias cured Paul's blindness and baptized him. From then on, Paul was devoted to spreading the Good News all over the world. Having returned to Damascus, he stayed there for a little while, preaching that Jesus is the Son...
  • Paul's View Of Christianity
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    Paul's Letter to The Galatians When Paul attended the Jerusalem Conference, a decision was made that gentiles would be allowed to become Christians without becoming Jews first. Paul defended the gentile's right to be Christians and became the apostle to the gentiles. My question is, why would Paul, a Jew, want to be an apostle to gentiles You would think why Paul, someone who grew up in a "good" Jewish family, would not follow in the footsteps of Jewish Christian Missionaries, and require Christ...

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