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1Relating to or characteristic of St Paul, his writings, or his doctrines.‘the Pauline Epistles’
- ‘How many Pauline epistles did Paul really write?’
- ‘It is worthwhile to remember that Luther's favorite book of the Bible was not a Pauline epistle, but the Gospel of John.’
- ‘It is not erroneous, as he claims, to believe that the Gospels reflect a Pauline theologizing of the original Jesus message.’
- ‘Against conventional Pauline study, he returns to Augustine as a Pauline interpreter.’
- ‘Two parts of the existing Pauline correspondence, Galatians 2-4 and Romans 3-4, are dominated by this concept.’
- 1.1(in the Roman Catholic Church) relating to Pope Paul VI, or the liturgical and doctrinal reforms pursued during his pontificate (1963–78) as a result of the Second Vatican Council.‘Ratzinger's embrace of Gamber was dissent on the Pauline reform’
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