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STUDENT NAME AND NUMBER (PRINT): Kristin Colyar #0736375 SECTION: AD 4/22/2008 Complete the answers, and bring them to your section meeting for discussion: Exercise for Unit 4 Find the translation of “3 Corinthians” in Ehrman’s reader. “3 Corinthians” is an actual ancient document. Our oldest copy of "3 Corinthians" is in the Bodmer papyrus P72, found in Egypt, and dating from the 200's CE (see chart in Unit 1, “Dates for Some of the Oldest NT Manuscripts”). That means that this copy is roughly as old as some of the oldest copies of Pauline letters that did become a part of the canonical New Testament. . We also know that it was used by several ancient churches as a Pauline letter, although we also know that many Christians objected to its use. Below (and on the back, if necessary), answer the following question: Did Paul write this letter? Why? Or why not? What are your specific arguments? Certainly the Pauline basics were covered – that Christ would resurrect the body as a whole
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