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a written communication directed to another

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a specially long, formal letter

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a book of the New Testament written in the form of a letter from an Apostle

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Nonetheless, both Matthew Reynolds (who focused on The Epistle ) and Ros Ballaster (who focused on The Principles ) found interesting points of overlap and tension between their chosen volumes and Western texts.
A third formal element, quite evident but easily overlooked, is the sheer size of the Ars poetica: at 476 lines it is roughly nine and a half times (19) longer than the average (20) epistle from Horace's first book, and just over 200 lines longer than the largest verse epistle, to Augustus (Toohey 1996:149).
The rather drastic curses voiced in this epistle include his father, the bed where he was conceived, and even the carpenter who made it.
Now Vanhoye sets down the definitive claim that this epistle articulates a unique Christology through which the entire biblical theology of grace is to be read, and which establishes that the dominant theology of the Messiah in second century Christian communities was a High Christology.
You'll find the process of setting up Epistle to be strikingly similar to setting up SimpleText, since Epistle's creator, Matteo, admits that he modeled the app off of SimpleText but since SimpleText isn't available for Android, Epistle is your best bet.
To illustrate the Tower's antagonistic role in Drayton's poem, the first epistle between Jane and Guilford, "The Lady Jane Gray, to the Lord Gilford Dudley" opens with a direct reference to the couple's imprisonment: "Mine owne deere Lord, sith thou art lock'd from mee" (K6v).
Finally, in the epistle, Paul offers himself as a case study in God's mercy.
This time, the editor has the assistance of Daniel Delas for the French translation of the epigrams, while Jean-Claude Ternaux is largely responsible for the epistles, aided by Guillot in the annotations.
Mr A Whittaker from Heywood was speaker at Midweek BibleClass atMilnsbridgeChristadelphians on The Royal Law - based on the epistle of James.
I have read with interest the angry epistle of Father Bedard, and appreciate his position re the abuse of some of the Sacraments.
The First Epistle is not really a letter but a kind of tract in which John tackles a particular situation, so he wears the hat of a head teacher putting right the erroneous teachings of some false teachers.
Is it not this very dependence which drives the philosopher to write a book entitled Philosophy Can Only be Acquired Through the Mastery of Mathematics and an epistle by the title On the Quantity of Aristotle's Works, in which he presents mathematics as a foundational course prior to the teaching of philosophy?
These words were spoken by Andrew Ignatieff, executive director of the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund: "Every time I speak in a parish, I am challenged by how I can work the epistle or gospel reading around to introduce the work of (PWRDF) to the priests and congregations I am visiting.