Category Archives: New Perspective on Paul

Paul’s Theology of the Lord’s Supper: Sharing in the One Body

“The most striking and challenging feature of Paul’s theology of the Lord’s Supper is is undoubtedly his further understanding of the church as also the body of Christ.  In particular, Paul’s language here has provided the basis for all subsequent … Continue reading

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Douglas Moo Reviews NT Wright’s “Paul and the Faithfulness of God”

Douglas Moo, Wessner Chair of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College, has already done a review of N.T. Wright’s highly anticipated Paul and the Faithfulness of God, two-book fourth volume in Wright’s Christian Origins and the Question of God. Professor Moo begins … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to the New Perspective on Paul?

Not too long ago the New Perspective on Paul (NPP) was a topic of not a few conversations.  Now I really don’t hear too much about it. Of course, ever since Krister Stendahl’s 1960 essay, “The Apostle Paul and the … Continue reading

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James D. G. Dunn on 1 Corinthians 7:14

Last weekend I went to our dry erase board and was trying to explain to my wife how Presbyterians and other paedobaptists argue for infant baptism.  I was arguing from 1 Corinthians 7:14 because I had just a few paedobaptists … Continue reading

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