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Romans & Galatians: Conjugated Works

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by Marcos Kruse

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Romans & Galatians: Conjugated Works

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This work brings together two different works. The first, on Romans, has been published before. Now, I combine that first work with the commentary on the Letter to the Galatians and present both commentaries in the same volume.
The demand for this procedure stems from the notorious fact that these letters from the apostle Paul are fundamental to evangelical preaching. Galatians and Romans illuminate each other. This strong theological link was seen in the Reformation movement that took place in Europe in the sixteenth century. But, despite the enormous contribution of the reformatory movement, the publication of new works that emphasize the semi-Pelagian and Calvinist hermeneutics in relation to the theme of faith in Christ, point to the insufficiency of the approach in relation to the theology of the apostle Paul.
In an incisive way, we point out that the theology elaborated by the apostle Paul did not in fact become victorious in the history of the Church. The simplicity of the strength of Pauline theology ran into several comprehensive difficulties, including culturally. The freedom of the gospel, let's put it this way, is simple in theory. In practice, people prefer to be imprisoned.
Furthermore, although there are other important letters of Paul that could compose a volume of similar comments, the meeting of theological analysis of these two Letters I understand to be extremely important for the theme that is presented. Romans is a more "thought-out" letter and Galatians is a letter that accurately overflows the theme of the gospel that is being announced by Paul. They are visceral letters of theology, if it is possible to speak in this way.
These comments I wrote for the reader. That the reading has confrontation with the superficial interpretations of the biblical texts. May the theology of the apostle Paul be provocative and, above all, liberating. This world lives under many enormous and heavy currents and more than ever there is a need to proclaim the freedom of the gospel. These chains imprison people around money, sexuality, beliefs, fear. Gospel of Jesus is liberating from all chains and this is essential to announce. Here is the motivation for writing these comments.

Specification

  • Book Format

    Paperback

  • Publisher

    Independently published

  • Published

    November 2022

  • Weight

    1135g

  • Dimensions

    178 x 254 x 34 mm

  • ISBN

    9798363933899

  • ISBN-10

    8363933899

  • Eden Code

    6110760

More Information

  • ISBN: 9798363933899

  • Publisher: Independently published

  • Release Date: November 2022

  • Weight: 1135g

  • Dimensions: 178 x 254 x 34 mm

  • Eden Code: 6110760


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