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Paul’s Letters and Rhetoric

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The first missionary journey started in Antioch. Paul, Barnabas and John Mark worked together. Paul shames his detractors by boasting about things that most people thought were shameful. Paul’s letters were written as conversations in context, not as theological tracts.


Paul’s Letters and Rhetoric

I. Context of Paul the apostle

A. First missionary journey

B. Barnabas

C. Paul's unidentified illness

D. Return to Antioch

E. Paul's reasons to boast

F. Paul concerned that his work would not be accepted by the church in Jerusalem

G. Paul's letters are conversations in context

H. Paul's support

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