Power of God in Paul's Letters
By Petrus J. Gräbe
$97.50 Paper Original
The concept of God's power is a leading motif in Pauline theology. It functions in key passages of Paul's letters and is intrinsically linked to his theology of the cross and its soteriological explication in the message of justification. Because this concept is so closely related to the message of the cross, Paul often speaks of 'power' in a paradoxical context. Although 'power' is generally assumed to be an important motif in Pauline theology, the concept has not yet been fully explored...
Series: WissUNT zum Neuen Testament, Series 2, No. 123
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