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Sabine Huebner, professor of ancient history at the University of Basel, said: The earliest Christians in the Roman Empire are usually portrayed as eccentrics who withdrew from the world and were threatened by persecution.
This is countered by the contents of the Basel papyrus letter.“The use of this abbreviation – known as a nomen sacrum in this context – leaves no doubt about the Christian beliefs of the letter writer.“It is an exclusively Christian formula that we are familiar with from New Testament manuscripts.”Prof Haubner added that Paulus “was an extremely rare name at that time” which indicated the “parents mentioned in the letter were Christians” and “named their son after the apostle as early as 200 AD.”.
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