The Letter to the Colossians

17m | Mar 23, 2022

The Letter to the Colossians is one of the texts of the New Testament; it was written by Paul of Tarsus in Rome during his first imprisonment, probably in the summer of the year 62.

The layout consists of two parts: a doctrinal and a practical one. The first chapter contains Paul's greetings to the Colossians. The next two chapters are doctrinal and contain statements about the redemptive role of Jesus Christ, the danger of false worship, and the importance of the resurrection. The last chapter teaches that the "saints" are to show wisdom in everything and closes the letter with formulas of greeting.

(From Italian Wikipedia)

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