We Regard No One From a Human Point of View: Part 3, Triumphalistic Misunderstandings — Experimental Theology


Having argued for kara sarka being a form or mode of knowing in 2 Corinthians 5.16-17, J. Louis Martyn turns to how various audiences in Corinth would have heard Paul’s claim.Specifically, two audiences Martyn calls the “Enthusiasts” and the “Pseudo-Apostles” would have felt quite comfortable with Paul’s description of knowing via “the flesh” versus knowing…

We Regard No One From a Human Point of View: Part 3, Triumphalistic Misunderstandings — Experimental Theology

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