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Studia Biblica et Ecclesiastica Vol. 4


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Front Matter Half Title PageTitle PageCopyright Page Table of ContentsContentsI. ST. PAUL AND HELLENISMII. THE 'GAL????' OF ST. PAUL AND THE 'GALATIC TERRITORY' OF ACTS1. ANCIENT OPINION2. GALATIA THE NAME OF THE ROMAN PROVINCE3. GALATAE THE INHABITANTS OF THE ROMAN PROVINCE GALATIA4. ESTIMATE OF THE DESIGNATIONS, 'LYCAONIAN,' 'PISIDIAN,' &c.5. HISTORICAL STANDPOINT OF THE NORTH-GALATIAN THEORY6. THE LYCAONIAN TETRARCHYIII. ACTA PILATILIST OF ABBREVIATIONSIV. THE PURPOSE OF THE WORLD-PROCESS AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL AS EXPLAINEDIN THE CLEMENTINE AND LACTANTIAN WRITINGS IN A SYSTEM OF SUBORDINATE DUALISMPART I. GOD AS CREATOR AND JUDGEPART II. GOD (CREATOR AND JUDGE) AND THE ORIGIN OF EVILPART III. CITATIONS FROM THE CLEMENTINE HOMILIESPART IV. More particular account of the origin of Evil in the CLEMENTINE HOMILIES.PART V. THE RECOGNITIONSPART VI. THE WRITINGS OF FIRMIANUS LACTANTIUSV. THE STYLE AND LANGUAGE OF ST. CYPRIANBack MatterTEXTUAL SUGGESTIONSINDEX
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