The IVP Pauline Studies Collection brings together 12 important volumes of recent Pauline literature, providing in-depth focus on his life, letters, missionary work, and theology. It contains contributions from today’s top Pauline scholars, including Ben Witherington III, N. T. Wright, and Frank Thielman. These works analyze the cultural milieu, rhetorical strategies, and the deep layers of the Hebraic prophetic tradition informing Paul’s writings. They provide differing opinions on Paul’s doctrine of justification. Numerous works shine light on the “New Perspective on Paul” conversation. And several works provide the framework for better understanding Paul’s world in the first century.
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