Pronominal Shifts in Paul's Argument to the Galatians

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Young, N. H. (1993). Pronominal shifts in Paul's argument to the Galatians. In T. W. Hillard, R. A. Kearsley, C. E. V. Nixon, & A. M. Nobbs (Eds.), Ancient history in a modern university: Vol. II Early Christianity, Late Antiquity, and beyond. Paper presented at the Ancient history Conference, Macquarie University, Sydney, 8-13 July (pp. 205-215). Grand Rapids, MI: W. B. Eerdmans.

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This paper discusses Paul's argument to the Galatians and the shifts in emphasis of pronominals in the text.


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