ABSTRACT. The Letter to the Galatians is seen as the quintessential document that reveals the theological personality of Paul. In the prologue, generally accepted in Galatians 6: 11-18, Paul summarizes his argument, considering the Cross a source of pride and, at the same time, the brand of the New Creation. The method we have used to express this thought is epideictic rhetoric with an eye to the educational values of the revealed Gospel. pp. 32–42

Keywords: the Cross; the New Creation; Galatians; circumcision; law; faith

Mihai Afrentoae
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Theological Franciscan Institute, Roman

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