Category Archives: Romans

Rethinking Romans with Tom Holland: The Divine Marriage?

Sometime back I interacted with professor Tom Holland’s Contours of Pauline Theology here, and which has surprisingly led professor Holland to give me an advance look at his forthcoming commentary on Romans, which is due this late spring early summer, … Continue reading

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Romans as an Outline of Paul’s Theology?

When in response to What is the center of Paul’s theology? blogger Bryan says, “I don’t think he had a center. I think he was winging it,” it also begs the question: Is a coherent and significant outline of Paul’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: Justification by N.T. Wright

Hardcover: 279 pages Publisher: IVP Academic (May 30, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 0830838635 WTS Books IVP Many thanks to Adrianna and the kind folks at IVP for this review copy (this review is somewhat overdue). Justification: God’s Plan & … Continue reading

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Romans 3:10-18 Can Be Quite Disturbing!

If you’re not prepared, what you’re about to read from the pen of the apostle Paul can be quite disturbing: As it is written:        “There is no one righteous, not even one;    there is no one who understands;        … Continue reading

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