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Topic review - Paul's word usage...
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Did not find an exact section for my question, but I am sure some here would be most qualified to answer.

I remember.... at least I think I do.... learning that Paul coined new Greek words to explain his theology. Is that true? Or, did he simply find new use for existing Greek words? I have been under the impression that Paul coined the term 'epignosis, etc.'

Anyone can help, please?
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