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A socio-rhetorical analysis of Romans 7 : with special attention to the law

@inproceedings{Lee2012ASA,
  title={A socio-rhetorical analysis of Romans 7 : with special attention to the law},
  author={C. W. Lee},
  year={2012}
}
This study aims to interpret Romans 7 with special reference to the law. Both Romans 7 and the law in Paul are very difficult to understand. However, both are important for an understanding of Pauline theology and the gospel. In the past historical critical analyses were usually done in order to solve problematic passages like Romans 7 in Paul's letters. In this study a socio-rhetorical analysis is utilized. To start with, previous research is briefly dealt with in order obtain an overall… Expand
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