Paul and Antagonism in Rome

Paul and Antagonism in Rome

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Paul’s letters to Rome and to Galatia were written for two different communities who had different ideas about how gentiles belonged to the Jewish church. Geography mattered, but so did the social context. This week we focus primarily on Rome and how the antagonism towards the Jews influenced what Paul taught the Roman church.

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