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Retorica paulină evidențiată în Epistola către Romani (9-10)

Publication: Text şi discurs religios, II, Section Retorica discursului religios, p. 205-214
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:The Romans epistle of St. Paul, the gentile Apostle, are in chapters 9-11 an amazing demonstration of rhetoric, using the quotations of Old Testament text. The purpose of the Christian missionary was to solve, in a dialog with an imaginary Jews, the problem of elected people in relation with Christians. This doubt, erected between Christians and Jews inhabitants of Rome is annulated in Pauline biblical argumentations, showing that only God give his redemption to humankinds. This paper show how God keep a “rest” of Israel in fidelity, what is the meaning of “only”, “elected” and “believe” terms in Romans chapters 9-11. The image of olive tree, the potter will - like allegory of Israel and God – show the rhetoric of Romans epistle, who Paul persuade an reveal the divine goals.
Language: Romanian

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