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The [[Epistle to the Romans|Epistle of Paul to the Romans]], is the thirteenth section of the sixth book in the [[New Testament]]. Biblical scholars agree that it was composed by the [[Apostle Paul]].
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The [[Epistle to the Romans]], is the sixth book in the [[New Testament]]. '''Romans 13''' is the thirteenth section of this book and Biblical scholars agree that it was composed by the [[Apostle Paul]].
  
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== Orthodox Reading material ==
 
* Eleni Poulakou, [http://www.Greek-Orthodox.org www.Greek-Orthodox.org via Greek-Orthodox.org]
 
* Eleni Poulakou, [http://www.Greek-Orthodox.org www.Greek-Orthodox.org via Greek-Orthodox.org]
  
 
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The Epistle to the Romans, is the sixth book in the New Testament. Romans 13 is the thirteenth section of this book and Biblical scholars agree that it was composed by the Apostle Paul.

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Background

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Outline

Manuscripts

References

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Orthodox Reading material