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Apr 10, 2015


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Thank you D. And if we remember that the entire epistle was written without chapter breaks, then we can begin to understand that much of Paul's style of writing is progressive. He progresses from one thought on the foundation of what was before. Thus, in my recognizing that, I don't think we can escape Paul's inclusive way of approaching learning for the potential of teaching. This is the same way that male students went to learn from the rabbi, so that they might then be a teacher.


It seems a shame that a chapter break was placed after 2:15. That urges the reader to stop the thought there, but if you remember that Paul wrote the letter with no chapters and verses, one can see how chapter 3 might be a continuation of the thought from chapter 2.

That's a nice insight!

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