The Perspectives on Paul Collection offers a myriad of innovative explorations certain to stir the imagination of all interested in the field of Pauline studies. In eight volumes, world-renowned scholars assess Paul and his contributions to Christianity through the lenses of theology, history and literary criticism.
Issues considered include Paul’s theological development between Galatians and Romans, the use of Scripture in his arguments, his views on conversion, the motivations behind his epistle to the Romans, the relationship between his message and that of Jesus, and much more. Included also is Rudolf Schnackenburg’s significant commentary on Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians which Graham Stanton describes as “the finest available commentary on Ephesians in any language.” Those involved in the pursuit of Pauline thought will find the Perspectives on Paul collection to be a worthwhile investment.
- Eight titles of exploration on Pauline studies
- Theology, history, and literary criticism are used
- Title: Perspectives on Paul Collection
- Publisher: T. & T. Clark
- Volumes: 8
- Pages: 2,372
- Paul and the Hermeneutics of Faith
- Law in Paul's Thought: A Contribution to the Development of Pauline Theology
- Epistle to the Ephesians: A Commentary
- On Paul: Essays on His Life, Work, and Influence in the Early Church
- Arguing With Scripture: The Rhetoric of Quotations in the Letters of Paul
- Conversion at Corinth: Perspectives on Conversion in Paul's Theology and the Corinthian Church
- The Reasons for Romans
- Paul and Jesus