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Remembering the poor : the history of Paul's collection for Jerusalem / Dieter Georgi. [print]

By: Georgi, Dieter [author]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: German Publication details: Nashville : Abingdon Press, [(c)1992. Description: x, 232 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0687361176; 9780687361175Uniform titles: Geschichte der Kollekte des Paulus fur Jerusalem. English Subject(s): Bible. Epistles of Paul -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Church finance -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600 | Paul, the Apostle, Saint -- Travel | Poor -- Biblical teaching | Jerusalem -- In ChristianityLOC classification: BS2655.R464 1992BS2655.C53.G352.R464 1992COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The convention at Jerusalem (48 C.E.) ; The fate of the Jerusalem Convention (48-53 C.E.) ; The collection: a new start, and, once again, its impending end (53 and 54 C.E.) ; The collection is resumed for a second time (spring and summer 55 C.E.) ; The letter of recommendation for Titus and his companions (2 Cor. 8) ; The circular letter to the Achaian congregations Closure of the collection and planning of the journey to Jerusalem (Winter 55/56 C.E.) ; The Conveyance of the collection and its results (from spring 56 C.E. to Paul's death).
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Non-fiction BS2655.C53.G46 1991 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001693726

Translation of: Geschichte der Kollekte des Paulus fur Jerusalem.

Originally presented as author's thesis (doctoral--University of Heidelberg), 1962.

The convention at Jerusalem (48 C.E.) ; The fate of the Jerusalem Convention (48-53 C.E.) ; The collection: a new start, and, once again, its impending end (53 and 54 C.E.) ; The collection is resumed for a second time (spring and summer 55 C.E.) ; The letter of recommendation for Titus and his companions (2 Cor. 8) ; The circular letter to the Achaian congregations Closure of the collection and planning of the journey to Jerusalem (Winter 55/56 C.E.) ; The Conveyance of the collection and its results (from spring 56 C.E. to Paul's death).

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