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Phoebe: A Story

Book Review Paula Gooder, IVP Academic, 2018. 316 pp. Review by Reta Finger. I commend to you our sister Phoebe, a deacon of the church at Cenchreae, so that you my welcome her in the Lord as is fitting for the saints, and help her in whatever she...

Paul: The Pagans’ Apostle

Book Review Paula Fredriksen, Yale University Press, 2017, 336 pp. Widely recognized for her works on Augustine and Christian origins, in her latest book Paula Fredriksen turns her full attention to the apostle Paul. She impressively develops a...

A Question of Categories

Over on the Huffington Post, filmmaker Robert Orlando has posted his most recent comments related to his film A Polite Bribe: An Apostle’s Final Bid. I posted my reflections of the documentary after the 2012 showing in Chicago here. In...

Paul and the Faithfulness of God, Volume 1

N. T. Wright, Fortress Press, 2013, 605 pp. In the first volume of his two-volume magnum opus on Paul, Wright lays the groundwork for his interpretation of the apostle’s writings. He begins by quoting from a letter of Pliny the Younger to one of his...

Paul Documentary DVD Release on April 15

Missed the screenings? In just one more week Robert Orlando’s groundbreaking documentary on Paul will be widely available to the general public: The film is being distributed by VCI Entertainment through Cinedigm.The DVD will be released on...

Initial Reflections on “A Polite Bribe”

On November 18, during the 2012 meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature in Chicago, I finally got the chance to view the long-awaited documentary by filmmaker Robert Orlando, A Polite Bribe, at the Gene Siskel Film Center. Orlando has proven...

New Documentary on Paul by Robert Orlando

  Review by Jeffrey J. Bütz Earlier this year I was contacted by director Robert Orlando to be interviewed for a film called The Paul Story. Robert explained to me that he was doing final edits for his documentary and realized he needed more...

Jesus, Paul, and the Gospels

Book Review James D.G. Dunn, Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 2011, 221 pp. The back cover promotes this book as a “compact theological primer,” a description that could be improved in accuracy as “compact biblical theological primer.” This monograph is a...

New Documentary on Paul

Earlier today The Huffington Post published an article by filmmaker Robert Orlando titled A Polite Bribe: A New Narrative for Paul and the Early Church? For more information about Orlando’s documentary and a list of scholars featured in the...

Paul’s Letter to the Romans: A Commentary

Book Review Arland J. Hultgren, Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 2011, 834 pp. Many New Testament scholars could be pressured to write a commentary on Paul’s epistle to Rome “because,” to paraphrase George Mallory, “it’s there.” For a noted scholar like...

Rediscovering the Apostle Paul

Book Review Bernard Brandon Scott, editor, Polebridge Press, 2011, 94 pp. As the Jesus Seminar now begins to engage the questions of the historical Paul, the Polebridge Press Jesus Seminar Guides study series has published its first collection of...

Bible Puns on Kindle

And now for something completely different! Whoever said that biblical studies can’t be fun? Indulge in the lighter side of faith with Mark Mattison’s new e-book, Bible Puns: 100 Original Jokes, now available for only $2.99! In this...

New Journal

Mark Goodacre has just announced on his NT Blog that Eisenbrauns has launched a new academic journal. Edited by Michael Bird, the new journal is the Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters (JSPL). A sample copy can be downloaded here in PDF...

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