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Unformatted text preview: ot; with him. "Powers" belong to the realm of the "below," while believers are oriented to the "above" where Christ is. The DeuteroPauline Epistles Colossians: Key Theological Emphases (1) "Cosmic" Christology (2) Eschatology (3) Ecclesiology The DeuteroPauline Epistles Colossians: Key Theological Emphases (1) "Cosmic" Christology (2) Eschatology (3) Ecclesiology The central ecclesiological concept in Colossians is the "body" (i.e., "the body of Christ"). The DeuteroPauline Epistles Colossians: Key Theological Emphases (1) "Cosmic" Christology (2) Eschatology (3) Ecclesiology The central ecclesiological concept in Colossians is the "body" (i.e., "the body of Christ"). In Colossians, the "body" seems to be the universal body of believers--a different concept from the "body of Christ" imagery in undisputed Pauline letters. The DeuteroPauline Epistles The DeuteroPauline Epistles What has traditionally been c...
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