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Vieil homme, homme nouveau : esquisse d'une anthropologie paulinienne à partir d'une étude de Romains 5-8

Abstract : In what sense can we speak of a “Pauline anthropology”? This is the fundamental question of this study. Before referring to the meaning of the “Pauline anthropology”, it firstly invites us to wonder if an anthropology within Paul's thought does exist. Is there a “Pauline anthropology” as the first object of Paul’s writings, or are we just allowed to build, or better, to sketch, from a joint reading of his writings, a vision of humanity that we can finally call a "Pauline anthropology" ? In this sense, this study aims at showing that, beyond and as a backdrop of the main topics developed by Paul (such as justification by faith and not by the Law), there is a “Pauline anthropology”, which is determined by the structural opposition between the “old man” and the “new man”.
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Caleb Moise. Vieil homme, homme nouveau : esquisse d'une anthropologie paulinienne à partir d'une étude de Romains 5-8. Religions. Université de Strasbourg, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013STRAK005⟩. ⟨tel-02426184⟩

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