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History Of The Christian Church Volume I by Philip Schaff

CHAPTER V. ST. PAUL AND THE CONVERSION OF THE GENTILES.

chariti theou eimi ho eimi, kai he charis autou he eis eme ou kene egenethe, alla perissoteron auton panton ekopiasa, ouk ego de, alla he charis tou theou sun emoi. -- 1 Cor.15:10.

Christos Iesous elthen eis ton kosmon hamartolous sosai, hon protos eimi ego. -- 1 Tim.1:15.

|Paul's mind was naturally and perfectly adapted to take up into itself and to develop the free, universal, and absolute principle of Christianity.| -- Dr. Baur (Paul, II.281, English translation).

|Did St. Paul's life end with his own life? May we not rather believe that in a sense higher than Chrysostom ever dreamt of [when he gave him the glorious name of 'the Heart of the world'], the pulses of that mighty heart are still the pulses of the world's life, still beat in these later ages with even greater force than ever?| -- Dean Stanley (Sermons and Essays on the Apostolic Age. p.166).

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