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Paul and union with Christ : an exegetical and theological study

Author: Constantine R Campbell
Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI : Zondervan, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A thorough exegetical exploration of the Greek phrases Paul used to express the idea of union, or participation, with Christ. --from publisher description.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Constantine R Campbell
ISBN: 9780310329053 0310329051
OCLC Number: 783138072
Notes: English with excerpts in Greek.
Description: 479 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction and methodology --
The state of the union --
[En Christō] --
[Eis Christon] --
[Syn Christō] --
[Dia Christou] --
Metaphors --
Union with Christ and the work of Christ --
Union with Christ and the Trinity --
Union with Christ and Christian living --
Union with Christ and justification --
Defining 'union with Christ' --
Implications and future directions.
Responsibility: Constantine R. Campbell.

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A thorough exegetical exploration of the Greek phrases Paul used to express the idea of union, or participation, with Christ. --from publisher description.
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