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... possible interpretive solutions to for this passage but none of them satisfactorily answer the question of why Paul chooses to use these parallels and contrasts. The conundrum in interpreting this passage is that it appears Paul's argument is composed of self-evident corollaries for which his audience did not require an extensive explanation (or really none at all).
Paul parallels beginning in verse 22 are divided into two halves and ...
... of my things into my flat as Zeki is coming to stay with me on saturday, so today I could have done with a rest. However my body was not happy about all of the stairs that we had to climb so it decided to give me a horrible pain in my hip so I had to hobble around the castle. I was glad I went though, because it was an amazing view of the city and I got some great panorama shots. But when we got ...
... Nevertheless, 24 of us, including a group of Italians and some South African ladies climbed into the basket, said our prayers, bid goodbye to Kansas, and began to rise. Between the rising sun and the full moon, we floated in a perfectly calm and temperate sky for an hour of blissful photo snapping, oohs, and ahhs. Our pilot enjoyed wowing us with his ability to skate ...
... and sort of mumble it discount - indirim - I dream (and it will never happen) In Turkey, education is compulsory. Children start at age 6, and finish high school at age 18. If you do not enroll your child, you must pay a fine, and may be imprisoned. Schooling is free through grade 8, and then you buy books and uniforms for high school. At the end of your senior year, everyone in the country sits for a final exam. Your ...
... ride is smooth and quiet. We are crossing the high Anatolian plateau and the countryside is undulating and semi-arid. For miles we follow the shore of the great salt lake of Tuz Gülü, one of the largest saline lakes in the world. The scene is pretty tedious and we bury ourselves in books or nod off.
Half way there we make a short stop at a huge service centre, with petrol station, restaurants, shops and gleaming toilets. l walk ...