What does Paul say about the scope of salvation in his epistle to the Romans?
AuthorsHenry, Joyphen C.
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AbstractThis study seeks to understand the argument for salvation in Romans and what meaning Paul intended for the reader. It will examine the different approaches to salvation, looking at exclusivism and its facets of justification by faith and the doctrine of election. It will also consider inclusivism and universalism and to a lesser extent pluralism. The principal part of the study will be focused on the key texts in the Epistle used by scholars as authority for their arguments. It will use tools of exegesis and historical-critical hermeneutics to determine the extent to which the different approaches are aligned to Paul’s theology on salvation.
PublisherUniversity of Chester
TypeThesis or dissertation
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