Paul's New Perspective

Charting a Soteriological Journey

By Garwood P. Anderson
2016 · Hardback Paper over boards
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The debate between proponents of the Old and New perspectives on Paul has been followed closely over the years, consolidating allegiances on either side. But the debate has now reached a stalemate, with defectors turning to apocalyptic and other solutions. Garwood Anderson recounts the issues and concludes that "both 'camps' are right, but not all the time." And with that teaser, he rolls up his exegetical sleeves and proceeds to unfold a new proposal for overcoming the deadlock. But in a field crowded with opinions, could anything new emerge? Anderson's interaction with Paul and his interpreters is at the highest level, and his penetrating and energetic analysis captures attention. What if Paul's own theological perspective was contextually formed and coherently developed over time? Have we asked justification to carry a burden it was never meant to bear? Would fresh eyes and a proper sequencing of Paul's letters reveal Paul's own new perspective? Might we turn a corner and find a bold and invigorating panorama of Pauline soteriology? This is a Pauline study worthy of its great theme, and one that will infuse new energy into the quest for understanding Paul's mind and letters.

Product Information

ISBN13: 9780830851546
Width: 15.24 cm
Height: 22.86 cm
# of Pages: 420
Item: 9780830851546
Published: 2016
Binding: Hardback Paper over boards
BISAC: RELIGION / Biblical Studies / Paul's Letters , RELIGION / Christian Theology / Soteriology

Garwood P. Anderson



Paul's New Perspective

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