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Tertius

(tûr`shəs), in the New Testament, amanuensis of the Letter to the Romans.
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Taubes's book is highlighted by the contemporary Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben, who also published a commentary on the Epistle to the Romans in 2000.
Chapters 9-11 of Paul's epistle to the Romans are set in the context of the entire letter.
In that sense, Taubes said, "the Epistle to the Romans is a political theology, a political declaration of war on the Caesar.
Ignatius of Antioch's Epistle to the Romans or the Passion of Perpetua provide us with gory passages, in which the process of being eaten by beasts is presented as a most desirable death.
The Macmillan Company, 1959) informs us that he chose that name from the fifth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans in his King James Bible: ".
The Epistle to the Romans has become the e-pistle to Welsh speakers.
His Origen, Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans (The Fathers of the Church, A New Translation, vol.
The Bible strongly condemns homosexual practices in St Paul's epistle to the Romans, but Dr Morgan disregards this, presumably for fear of being considered "judgemental" or "homophobic".
The Epistle to the Romans is called "A Theocentric Missiology.
Justification and Salvation History in the Epistle to the Romans," in Perspectives on Paul [Philadelphia: Fortress, 1971], 61).
The answer lies in Freinkel's application of Paul's Epistle to the Romans, the text that occasioned Luther's special kind of conversion.
In the Epistle to the Romans, Chapter 11, verses 17 and 18, St.