Category Archives: Pauline Theology

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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It’s a Community Affair in Paul’s Letters

Perhaps from the get go we are doubly at a disadvantage living in the West: not only do we have to battle the predilection of the flesh toward SELF, but we also have to equally battle a culture that is … Continue reading

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A Quote

Everybody wants Pauline theology, but nobody wants Pauline pain. —Matt Chandler, at TGC 2011 source

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The Scholarly Consensus on the Pastoral Epistles

In his latest post noting Ben Witherington’s critique of Bart Ehrman’s latest title Forged, James F. McGrath writes, “While Ehrman’s book is by no means above criticism, Witherington’s suggestion that that Ehrman misrepresents the scholarly consensus about the Pastoral Epistles … Continue reading

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