St Paul: “conversion” or “veil lifting”?

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The citation from Acts 9:20 above is the end of my opening salvo (intro and thanksgiving) to the thesis on the reception of enmity (Genesis 3:15) in its context (Genesis 2:4a to 3:24), which was handed over in final form on January 25, 2007, ten years ago. It was defended a few months later. Doing up a popular version is a necessity.

img_20170126_084240It is a project which is every in front of me, but which I never quite seem to get to accomplish. However, I must say that if I am reckoning correctly about a certain recent event in the life of this priest, I may just be able to get to work on this work in honor of the Immaculate Conception and have the hope of getting it published. That would be very cool altogether.

For a thousand historical reasons, it is the first time a serious study of historical philology has been made of these chapters with a most pleasing and far-reaching result about the unity of Jewish-Catholic faith, about the why and wherefore of the physical propagation of original sin and therefore the why and wherefore of the Immaculate Conception of the Mother of the Redeemer in Genesis 3:15, rightly called the proto-Evangelium, the very first Gospel, Good News, of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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Filed under Genesis 2-4 to 3-24, Jewish-Catholic dialogue

One response to “St Paul: “conversion” or “veil lifting”?

  1. monicaharris58

    Splendid! May God’s Will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

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