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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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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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Paul’s Doctrine of Justification and Black History Month

For someone of African descent, racial reconciliation is very dear to me.  Issues of social and economic injustices affecting the Black community tend to stir up unpleasant memories.  And in these moments  I often look to Christ and the Cross, where the price … Continue reading

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