Gave en opgave: De gedachtegang in romeinen 12, 3–8

Bijdragen 69 (1):97-106 (2008)
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Abstract

A careful analysis of Romans 12,3-8 as to style and train of thought not only shows that verses 6-8 most probably constitute a separate sentence but also reveals, in verses 4-5 as well as verses 6-8, Paul’s somewhat irregular logic. The comparison of older and recent Dutch translations proved to be helpful in such a discussion

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