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Daily Archives: 10 Oct 2017

Quote of the Day

The phrase, “I don’t like theology, I just read the Bible,” often means, “I like random Bible verses taken out of context.” – Michael Svigel

I would say always.

 
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And Now For Something Completely Different

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A Timeline For Luther

Enjoy

 
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A New Book on Melanchthon

From V&R.  Take a look.

 
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Signs of the Times

So true…

 
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The freedperson in Roman Corinth and the ekklesia – Student dissertation (part 6)

The series continues….

Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception

In this final excerpt from Newman Graduand, Isabella Wray’s, dissertation on Paul’s use of the term apeleutheros, ‘freedperson’, in 1 Corinthians 7 she explores the wider context and implications of Paul’s advice. In the earlier excerpts (parts 1, 2, 3 and 4), the socio-political function of manumission and the place of the freedperson within Roman society were examined. In part 5 Isabella began to unpack why Paul might have used this term and the significance it held for him and the recipients of this letter. This section fleshes this out further asking whether Paul’s instruction subverts the Roman social structures and what its implication might be for the church in Corinth.

Isabella Wray

Once again we would like to thank Isabella for her generosity in letting us post these excerpts here. Isabella will be graduating in a couple of weeks time and this is therefore one…

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