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1 His, Neh Int | Introduction~Problems common to the combined Books 2 WisdB | understanding and solving theproblemsof life. In Israel especially, 3 WisdB | with such basic and vitalproblemsas man's origin and destiny, 4 WisdB | served to crystalize theproblemsof human life and destiny, 5 WisdB, Job Int | that governs the world. The problems we encounter can be solved 6 REPre | little agreement about these problems or about the best way to 7 Gosp, Luk 2: 1(1) | are notorious historical problems connected with Luke's dating 8 Gosp, Luk 2: 1(1) | would create additional problems for dating the beginning 9 Gosp, Luk 6: 20(10)| specifically Jewish Christian problems (e.g., Matthew 5:17-20;10Gosp, Joh Int | 31; 18:1). To solve these problems, scholars have proposed 11 Gosp, Joh 21: 23(13)| apostolic generation caused problems in the church because of 12 NTLet, Rom Int | The issues were similar to problems that Paul had faced in Corinth ( 13 NTLet, 1Cor Int | Cor 14:34-35).~Still other problems with which Paul had to deal 14 NTLet, 1Cor Int | IV. Problems in Liturgical Assemblies ( 15 NTLet, 1Cor 10: 25(11)| sacrificed to idols could present problems of conscience. Three cases 16 NTLet, 1Cor 11: 2(1) | conduct at the liturgy. The problems Paul handles have to do 17 NTLet, 2Cor Int | confrontation with these problems caused him to reflect deeply 18 NTLet, 2Cor Int | occasioned by events and problems that developed after Paul' 19 NTLet, 2Cor 13: 1(1) | 2 Cor 2:3-4 creates more problems than it solves. ~20NTLet, Col Int | 7; 4:12; Philemon 1:23). Problems, however, had arisen, brought 21 NTLet, Col Int | help in dealing with these problems that the new teachers posed 22 NTLet, 1Tim Int | century. In spite of these problems of authorship and dating, 23 NTLet, 1Tim Int | III. Problems of Discipline (1ti 2:1-4: 24 CathL, 2Joh | Written in response to similar problems, the Second and Third Letters 25 CathL, 2Joh | treatise but a reply to problems within the church. The Johannine 26 CathL, 2Joh 0: 10(8) | itinerants and can envisage the problems faced by missionaries such 27 CathL, 3Joh | a brief glimpse into the problems of missionary activity and 28 CathL, 3Joh | based on evil gossip. The problems of the Presbyter in this

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