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A Catholic’s Perception of an Orthodox View of Paul, informed by Certain Homilies by St. John Chrysostom

Based on some prior familiarity with the Eastern Orthodox tradition, the relatively small bit of reading I’ve done in the Orthodox Study Bible (and reviews thereof), and several of the homilies of St. Chrysostom, I venture a response to the … Continue reading

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Impressions from Paul’s letters to the Galatians, Philippians, Corinthians, and Philemon

My overall impression from reading these letters is that Paul was a man of strong feelings, rhetorical skill, and an overriding passion for the gospel that was laced throughout with joy; and that the church of Paul’s time was anything … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Galatians

This letter was written as a circulating letter to the churches of Galatia, which is not a city but a larger area, a province. The occasion for its writing was that the area was being evangelized by missionaries who were … Continue reading

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