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Conversion in Luke and Paul an exegetical and theological exploration

Author: David S Morlan
Publisher: London New York Oxford New Delhi Sydney t&tclark ©2013 [2019]
Series: Library of New Testament studies, 464
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Paperback editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David S Morlan
ISBN: 9780567209139 056720913X 9780567687012 0567687015
OCLC Number: 1242931672
Accession No: (DE-599)HEB446695300 (OCoLC)1242931672
Notes: Literaturverzeichnis Seite [199] - 218
Description: ix, 218 Seiten
Contents: Chapter 1: Setting the Questions; Chapter 2: Contours of Conversion in Pauline and Lukan Scholarship; PART I; Chapter 3: Luke, Repentance and the Parable of Conversion; Chapter 4: Acts 17.16-34 and Gentile Conversion; Chapter 5: Acts 2 and Jewish Conversion; Chapter 6: Conclusions to Part I; PART II; Chapter 7: The Power of Sin over Repentance: Understanding Paul's Radical Theology of Conversion; Chapter 8: Paul's Theology of Conversion: Romans 9-11; Chapter 9: Conclusion to Part II; Chapter 10: Paul and Luke: Comparisons and Conclusions; Bibliography.
Series Title: Library of New Testament studies, 464
Responsibility: David S. Morlan

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This book raised good questions for integrating Romans 2 & 10 into a coherent Pauline doctrine of conversion. Morlan is brave to tread through Rom 10:1-8 and his suggestion that Paul intentionally Read more...

 
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