The deuteropauline epistles colossians some

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Unformatted text preview: ons From Paul? The DeuteroPauline Epistles Colossians: Some Preliminary Questions From Paul? Writer identifies himself as Paul (1:1, 23; 4:8). The DeuteroPauline Epistles Colossians: Some Preliminary Questions From Paul? Writer identifies himself as Paul (1:1, 23; 4:8). Style and vocabulary are strikingly different from the undisputed Pauline letters. The DeuteroPauline Epistles Colossians: Some Preliminary Questions From Paul? Writer identifies himself as Paul (1:1, 23; 4:8). Style and vocabulary are strikingly different from the undisputed Pauline letters. The theology expressed in the letter differs from Paul's presentation in his undisputed letters. The DeuteroPauline Epistles Colossians: Some Preliminary Questions From Paul? Writer identifies himself as Paul (1:1, 23; 4:8). Style and vocabulary are strikingly different from the undisputed Pauline letters. The theology expressed in the letter differs from Paul's presentation in his undisputed letters. Conclusion: Colossians was likely written by a follower of Paul who knew his thought well. It is possible that Paul him...
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