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Romans Paul s Letter of Hope

by John Paul Heil
Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop
Release Date: 1987
Genre: Religion
Pages: 124 pages
ISBN 13: 9788876531125
ISBN 10: 8876531122
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Synopsis : Romans Paul s Letter of Hope written by John Paul Heil, published by Gregorian Biblical BookShop which was released on 1987. Download Romans Paul s Letter of Hope Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. This prayer of Paul to the " God of hope " for an exuberance of hope on the part of his audience occurs at a very strategic point in the letter to the Romans . It brings the main body of the letter ( Rom 1 : 18-15 : 13 ) to a hope ... -- By considering not only the “hope” (elpis) word-field but other expressions and statements of hope, as well as the opposites of hope—despair and presumption—this work demonstrates how Paul's concern to awaken and strengthen the hope of his Christian audience pervades and unifies the entire Letter to the Romans.

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