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Title: The language of universal salvation in Romans
Authors: Guillaumier, Paul A.
Keywords: Salvation -- Catholic Church
Christianity and other religions
Paul, the Apostle, Saint -- Theology
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Guillaumier, P. A. (2000). The language of universal salvation in Romans. Melita Theologica, 50(1), 69-74.
Abstract: One cannot begin to investigate the source of the Apostle Paul's theology without taking into account his Iudaeo-Hellenistic milieu. What was the formative culture that Paul imbibed? For instance, one dares not delve into the plan and mind of Paul by studying only his Hebrew origins, for it would be wholly inexplicable to do so without a consideration of his Hellenistic education. It is a question of degree: for one must take care not to overemphasize the Greek element in his education, since his writings reveal no cognizance of the higher literature.
ISSN: 10129588
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 51, Issue 1 - 2000
MT - Volume 51, Issue 1 - 2000

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