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The term "love patriarchalism" (Liebespatriarchalismus) was coined in the 1970s by Gerd Theissen in his seminal sociological studies on Paul and the Corinthian community. The idea of "love patriarchalism" itself goes back to Ernst Troeltsch, who in his publication, Die Soziallehren der christlichen Kirchen und Gruppen (1912), described the social relations of early Christian, in particular in Pauline communities, as representing a "Typus des christlichen Patriarchalismus". Troeltsch stresseddoi:10.4102/ids.v37i3.475 fatcat:bea7vbbe7fbfvbhqsib2jocmcy