Pauline Paradoxes Decoded Paperback

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Pauline Paradoxes Decoded

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For centuries, scholars have been perplexed by Paul's positive and negative statements about law scattered throughout his writings. For example, in Galatians Paul denigrates law (5.4) then praises law (5.14) then denigrates law again (5.18) then praises law again (6.2). James Sanders, an editor of the Dead Sea Scrolls, explains that Paul's view of law "has been one of the most seemingly insolvable in biblical study." James Dunn characterizes scholarship's inability to reconcile these statements as a growing "crisis." But the "crisis" is finally over. Cryptographer Michael Wood has finally found the answer to Paul's seemingly positive/negative flip-flips - revealing some surprising new information about Paul in the process.

Pauline Paradoxes Decoded by Michael Wood was published by Tubi Publishing, LLC in April 2013. The ISBN for Pauline Paradoxes Decoded is 9781936565160.

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Details for Pauline Paradoxes Decoded

Page last updated 17th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherTubi Publishing, LLC (April 2013)
Number of Pages538
Thickness30 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4140168
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