Paul & the Law: A Contextual Approach
InterVarsity Press, 20/09/2009
No issue in contemporary Pauline studies is more contested than Paul's view of the law. Headline proponents of the "new perspective" on Paul, such as E.P. Sanders and J.D.G. Dunn, have maintained that the Reformational readings of Paul have led to distorted understandings of first-century Judaism, of Paul and particularly of Paul's diagnosis of the Jewish situation under the law. Others have responded by arguing that while our understanding of Paul needs to be tuned to the clearer sounds now emanating from Jewish texts of the apostle's day, the basic Reformational insight into Paul's analysis of the human plight remains true to the apostle. Paul was opposing works righteousness. Paul & The Law is a careful attempt to assault this crucial interpretive problem with a new strategy. Rather than taking a systematic, topical approach, Frank Thielman examines Paul's view of the law in context: the context of each letter's language and argument. While many studies have focused on Paul's explicit statements about the law, Thielman goes further in investigating those contexts where Paul's language is allusive and his view implied. The result is an illuminating and significant contribution to Pauline studies. Paul & the Law clarifies our understanding of Paul's perspective on the law in the light of his gospel of Jesus Christ, and it reaffirms the coherence and integrity of Pauline theology as it relates to this pivotal axis of his thought.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
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OPPRESSION ELECTION SALVATION The Law of Moses the Hope of Israel in the Time of Paul
SANCTIFIED GENTILES IN THESSALONICA A Paradox in the Thessalonian Letters
SANCTIFIED GENTILES IN CORINTH The Paradox Intensifies
OLD COVENANT NEW IN THE CORINTHIAN LETTERS The Paradox Explained
THE LAW OF MOSES THE LAW OF CHRIST IN GALATIANS
RUBBISH RESOURCE The Law of Moses in Philippians
THE LAW OF MOSES THE HUMAN PLIGHT THE LAW OF FAITH IN ROMANS 14
OLD CONVICTIONS IN NEW SETTINGS The Law of Moses in Pauls Later Letters
PAUL THE LAW IN CONTEXT
OLD COVENANT SINNEW COVENANT SANCTITY IN ROMANS 515
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عبارات ومصطلحات مألوفة
Abraham according appears argues argument attempt become believers biblical calls chapter Christ Christians church circumcision claim clear Colossians comes commandments Commentary context continues contrast convictions Corinthians covenant Critical curse death describes discussion echoes Ephesians Epistle eschatological evidence example explains Ezekiel faith false final flesh follows Galatians Gentiles gives God's gospel grace heart holy human implies important interpretation Israel Jesus Jewish Jews Judaism judgment justification keep language law's letters Leviticus light live Lord means Mosaic law Moses nature obedience observance opponents passage Paul Paul says Paul's Paul's view Philemon Philippians phrase position possession present Press probably problem promise provides question readers reading reason refers religion requirements restoration result righteousness role Romans salvation Sanders says scholars Scripture Second seems shows sins speaks Spirit stands statement Studies teaching temple term Testament Theology Thessalonians transgression understanding verse
الصفحة 18 - Though I lived as a monk without reproach, I felt that I was a sinner before God with an extremely disturbed conscience. I could not believe that he was placated by my satisfaction. I did not love, yes, I hated the righteous God who punishes sinners...
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