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Ideas of St Paul, by Text

[Cilician, 15 - 67, Born at Tarsus. Persecutor of the followers of Jesus, then founded the Church of Rome, and wrote many letters. Died in Rome.]

55 12: Colossians
2.8 p.568 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy
55 10: Ephesians
4:14 p.564 Don't be tossed to and fro with every wind of doctrine, by cunning deceptive men
55 09: Galatians
3.28 p.562 Jew and Greeks, bond and free, male and female, are all one in Christ
55 06: Epistle to the Romans
02.15 p.541 When Gentiles follow the law, they must have the law written in their hearts
13:1-2 p.546 Power is ordained by God, so anyone who resists power resists God, and will be damned
19-21 p.16 God's eternal power and deity are clearly seen in what has been created