Soul 2 Soul: A Post-Modern Exegete in Search of (New Testament) Soul

Newheart, Michael Willett
March 1999
Journal of Religious Thought;Spring-Fall99, Vol. 55/56 Issue 2/1, p1
Academic Journal
Focuses on the search for the soul of the New Testament. Treatment of the soul; Occurrences of the word soul in the New Testament; Association of soul with an individual being; Relevance of soul to death, judgment and the afterlife.


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