A Structuralist Approach to Paul's Old Testament Hermeneutic

Interpretation 28 (2):201-220 (1974)

Paul's new message makes contact with a context provided by an item in his hearer's historical tradition—Deuteronomy—and also by the/a comic genre, which is a structure of the human mind
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