2 Corinthians 5:14 --2: A Fragment of Pauline Christology

Boers, Hendrikus
July 2002
Catholic Biblical Quarterly;Jul2002, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p527
Academic Journal
Interprets the christological statements made in 2 Cor 5:14-6:2. Explanation by Hans Windisch, that three parts of the passages have been misarranged; Syntactic and semantic structure of the passage; Function of the christological statements in Paul.


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