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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...

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Added a link to John M.G. Barclay’s review of Paul and the Faithfulness of God by N.T. Wright in the Scottish Journal of Theology to the Book Reviews section under The New Perspective on Paul: Around the Web and updated the link to Douglas...

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Added the Festschrift to Douglas J. Moo edited by Matthew Harmon and Jay E. Smith, Studies in the Pauline Epistles: Essays in Honor of Douglas J. Moo, to the Bibliography under The New Perspective on Paul and Robert Orlando’s book Apostle...

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Added a link to Paul’s Non-Jews Do Not Become “Jews,” But Do They Become “Jewish”?: Reading Romans 2:25-29 Within Judaism, Alongside Josephus by Mark D. Nanos under the category Articles under Paul Within Judaism.

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Added a link to Judaizing the Nations: The Ritual Demands of Paul’s Gospel by Paula Fredriksen under the category Articles under Paul Within Judaism.

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Added a link to Paul’s Relationship to Torah in Light of His Strategy “to Become Everything to Everyone” (1 Corinthians 9:19-22) by Mark D. Nanos under the category Articles under Paul Within Judaism.

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Added a link to the Horizons in Biblical Theology article “Spheres of Influence” in the Epistle to the Galatians by A. Chadwick Thornhill under the category Around the Web: From the  New Perspective.

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Added Paul Within Judaism: Restoring the First-Century Context to the Apostle, ed. by Mark D. Nanos and Magnus Zetterholm, to the Bibliography of Paul Within Judaism.

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Added a link From the New Perspective to  N.T. Wright: Panel Discussion on Pauline Theology with Faculty, a YouTube video of a Duke Divinity School panel discussion with N.T. Wright, Douglas Campbell, Susan Eastman, and J. Ross Wagner. Thanks to...

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Added new links to the Book Reviews section under The New Perspective on Paul: Around the Web: Phil Johnson’s review of What Saint Paul Really Said by N.T. Wright and Guy Waters’ review of Justification: God’s Plan and Paul’s...

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Added a link to the video of Mark Goodacre’s interview with Robert Orlando, director of A Polite Bribe to the Articles page under Paul and Empire.

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Under the category Paul and Empire, added J. Albert Harrill’s book Paul the Apostle: His Life and Legacy in Their Roman Context to the Bibliography and added the reviews of Ross P. Ponder and James Harrison to the Book Reviews section.

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Under the category of Challenging the New Perspective, added a link to Tabletalk magazine’s February 2010 issue, which was devoted to criticizing N.T. Wright and “the new perspectives  on Paul.”

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Added N.T. Wright’s latest three books to the Bibliography under The New Perspective on Paul: Paul and the Faithfulness of God, Paul and His Recent Interpreters, and Pauline Perspectives. Also added Douglas J. Moo’s review of Paul and...

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Added a link to 1 Corinthians Bible Study Index – Reta’s Reflections by Reta Halteman Finger on the Articles page under Paul and Empire. This collection of articles from Christian Feminism Today situates Paul’s Corinthian...

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Added David G. Horrell’s review of Moral Formation according to Paul: The Context an Coherence of Pauline Ethics by James W. Thompson to the Book Reviews section under The New Perspective on Paul: Around the Web and added the book to the...

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Added Douglas A. Campbell’s book The Deliverance of God: An Apocalyptic Rereading of Justification in Paul to the Bibliography under The New Perspective on Paul.

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Added Arthur J. Dewey’s review of Four Views on the Apostle Paul ed. by Michael F. Bird to the Book Reviews section of The New Perspective on Paul: Around the Web.

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Added to the Bibliography Michael F. Bird’s latest contribution to Zondervan’s Counterpoints series, Four Views on the Apostle Paul with Reformed (Thomas R. Schreiner), Catholic (Luke Timothy Johnson), Post-New Perspective (Douglas...

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Added James D.G. Dunn’s review of Whom God Has Called: The Relationship of Church and Israel in Pauline Interpretation, 1920 to the Present by Christopher Zoccali to the Book Reviews section under The New Perspective on Paul: Around the Web...

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