Concordia Theological Monthly
egypt, nile, egyptians, greek, jews, strabo, elephantine
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Paul generally summarizes the world of men about him as Jews and Greeks, the latter being more comprehensive to him than to us in our outlook upon the ancient world. Paul also often uses the Jewish term the nations, which the Authorized Version renders Gentiles (as Rom. 2, 14; I like Luther's Heiden better) and which comprehended all non-Jews. One fundamental observation must be made at the beginning of this essay.
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Romans 2:14; Romans 1:22; 2 Peter 1:16;
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Sihler, E. G.
"The Religion of Ancient Egypt,"
Concordia Theological Monthly: Vol. 3, Article 77.
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