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Paul the Apostle has been the most influential of the early members of the church. His writings make up nearly one-third of the New Testament. Paul’s role as an apostle of the church gave him the opportunity to correspond with the communities he shepherded. His letters to them, the Epistles of Paul, form a major portion of the New Testament. Written in response to concerns of Paul or the community, these letters were fundamental in establishing Christian doctrine.
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