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An Analysis of ‘Romans xiii. 8–10’

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 February 2009

Anselm L. Bencze
Pannonholma, Hungary


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1 Hankiss, E.: A népdaltól az abszurd drámáig [From Folk Song to Absurd Drama] (Magveto, Budapest 1969)Google Scholar

2 It is common in T. S. Eliot's works, e.g. the choir of priests in Murder in the Cathedral:

Bar the door. Bar the door.

The door is barred.

We are safe. We are safe.

They dare not break in.

They cannot break in “etc.”.

3 The text is from Novum Testamentum Graece et Latine, ed. Augustinus Merk (ed. nona, Romae, 1964).Google Scholar