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Tertius

(tûr`shəs), in the New Testament, amanuensis of the Letter to the Romans.
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A Critical andExegetical Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans.
He quoted a passage from Paul's epistle to the Romans, which says "men committing indecent acts with other men".
The Bible strongly condemns homosexual practices as "vile affections" in St Paul's epistle to the Romans, but presumably the archbishop ignores this for fear of being considered "judgemental" or "homophobic".
For example, it is claimed that Bilney's letters to Bishop Tunstall "show that he had espoused the central Lutheran doctrine of justification by faith alone" (278), but what Foxe reported Bilney as writing is a direct quote from Paul's Epistle to the Romans 3:22-25.
St Paul would have applauded such stoicism against tribulation, for in his Epistle to the Romans he says: 'Meet tribulation with triumphant fortitude.
I see a connection between the ancient advice of Jeremiah to the exiled people of Judah and Luther's discovery of the gospel as he was pondering over the Epistle to the Romans.
Day reserved the border for use in folio editions of religious books such as Becon's Works, the Whole Book of Psalms by Sternhold and Hopkins, and Peter Martyr's Most Learned Commentaries upon the Epistle to the Romans.
The lexicon of the Wall Street Journal and the business sections of Time and Newsweek turned out to bear a striking resemblance to Genesis, the Epistle to the Romans, and Saint Augustine's City of God.
In his famous Epistle to the Romans, second edition, Karl Barth argues, "the Church does not wish to be a stranger in the world.
At the same time, it is a very debated issue that raises a lot of questions on the relation between Jews and gentile Christians in Paul's Epistle to the Romans.
De Bruyn here presents the first English translation of Pelagius's Commentary on Paul's Epistle to the Romans, together with an extensive introduction and copious annotation.
Scheck Origen: Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans Books 6-10 (Washington, D.