Paul and Union with Christ fills the gap for biblical scholars, theologians, and pastors pondering and debating the meaning of union with Christ.
Following a selective survey of scholarly work on union with Christ from the twentieth century to the present day, Greek scholar Constantine Campbell carefully examines every occurrence of the phrases “in Christ’, “with Christ’, “through Christ’, “into Christ,’ and other related expressions, exegeting each passage in context and taking into account the unique lexical contribution of each Greek preposition. Campbell then builds a holistic portrayal of Paul’s thinking and engages contemporary theological discussions about union with Christ by employing his evidence-based understanding of the theme.
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