From: Steve Puluka (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Apr 01 2001 - 20:32:35 EDT
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From: "Mike Sangrey" <msangrey@BlueFeltHat.org>
> What is the common structure of a 1st century letter?
> For example,
> Author(s): PAULOS KAI TIMOQEOS...
> Recipients: PASIN TOIS hAGIOIS...
> In other words, what are the parts? And what are they called?
In appendix V of his comentary on the Epsitles of John for the Anchor Bible
Series, Raymond Brown provides the following structure:
Remembrance or Health wish
Farewell or Good Health
Not all elements are present in all letters. Brown also notes some of the
special features of the Pauline style and how the Johanine letters fit this
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