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Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul: Reflections on the Work of Douglas Campbell
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Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul: Reflections on the Work of Douglas Campbell

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Cascade Books 2014

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Overview

New Testament scholars are witnessing many exciting developments in their fields, and Douglas Campbell’s groundbreaking publications are an important contribution to future discussions relating to Paul. Familiar problems relating to justification, “old” and “new” perspectives, and much more are tackled in fresh and exciting ways, setting down new challenges to all those involved in Pauline studies.

Chris Tilling seeks to facilitate academic engagement with Campbell’s work in a unique way. He critiques Campbell’s proposals and summarizes the key themes succinctly, but it also contains Campbell’s own response to the reception of his work. This allows Campbell space to outline how his thinking has developed, which draws readers into a vitally important conversation. It is academic theology in the making and constitutes the cutting edge of Pauline studies.

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Key Features

  • Facilitates unique academic involvement with Douglas Campbell’s work
  • Portrays diverse perspectives on Paul
  • Presents the cutting edge of Pauline studies

Contents and Contributors

  • Campbell and the Problem
    • “A Review of Douglas Campbell’s The Deliverance of God from a Theological Perspective” by Alan J. Torrance
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Alan J. Torrance
    • “Luther and the Deliverance of God” by Graham Tomlin
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Graham Tomlin
    • “The Current Crisis: The Capture of Paul’s Gospel by Methodological Arianism” by Douglas A. Campbell
    • “Campbell’s Apocalyptic Gospel and Pauline Athanasianism” by Chris Tilling
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Chris Tilling
    • “‘Arian’ Foundationalism or ‘Athanasian’ Apocalypticism: A Patristic Assessment” by J. Warren Smith
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to J. Warren Smith
    • “Connecting the Dots: One Problem, One Text, and the Way Ahead” by Douglas Campbell
    • “A Response to Campbell’s ‘Connecting the Dots’” by David Hilborn
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to David Hilborn
    • “The Legal Mind of American Christianity” by Kate Bowler
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Kate Bowler
  • Campbell’s Solution: An Examination of Key Themes
    • “Rereading Romans 1–3” by Douglas A. Campbell
    • “Beyond Reasonable Hope of Recognition? Prosōpopoeia in Romans 1:18–3:8” by Robin Griffith-Jones
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Robin Griffith-Jones
    • “Rereading Romans 1–3 Apocalyptically: A Response to Douglas Campbell’s ‘Rereading Romans 1–3’” by Brittany E. Wilson
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Brittany E. Wilson
    • “Rereading Paul’s ΔΙΚΑΙΟ-Language” by Douglas A. Campbell
    • “Reading Paul’s ΔΙΚΑΙΟ-Language. A Response to Douglas Campbell’s ‘Rereading Paul’s ΔΙΚΑΙΟ-Language’” by Scott Hafemann
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Scott Hafemann
    • “Campbell’s Faith: Advancing the Pistis Christou Debate” by Chris Tilling
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Chris Tilling
    • “The Faith of Jesus Christ: An Evangelical Conundrum” by Curtis W. Freeman
    • Douglas Campbell’s Response to Curtis Freeman

Praise for the Print Edition

Campbell’s work is undoubtedly one of the most important ‘game-changing’ contributions to New Testament scholarship in recent times. But as these excellent essays show clearly, its significance extends far beyond the biblical guild, for Campbell is provoking us to rethink some of the most profound and far-reaching issues facing the church today.

Jeremy Begbie, professor, Duke University, North Carolina

Douglas Campbell . . . has generated a conversation that crosses all theological disciplines–exegetical, historical, systematic, ethical/political. That conversation, on full and brilliant display here, is contending for nothing less than the gospel of Jesus Christ. The issues matter profoundly. These essays, by Campbell and by those who would support, correct, and criticize his work, also matter. No arcane Paul scholarship here . . . essential reading for every theologian.

Douglas Harink, professor, The King’s University College, Canada

Douglas Campbell is a force to be reckoned with in Pauline studies. His work can be delightfully illuminating, horribly confusing, and absolutely frustrating–sometimes all in the same paragraph. These insightful essays by some of Campbell’s supporters and critics, as well as by Campbell himself, will help readers better engage Campbell and, I think, also Paul.

Michael J. Gorman, professor, St. Mary’s Seminary & University, Maryland

Douglas Campbell’s groundbreaking interpretation of Paul deserves a wide audience and continuing discussion, and this book is an exemplary model of gracious, critical, and appreciative conversation on matters of crucial importance to all who care about the Apostle Paul’s liberating good news.

Susan Eastman, professor, Duke Divinity School, North Carolina

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About Chris Tilling

Chris Tilling is lecturer in New Testament Studies at St. Mellitus College and visiting lecturer in Theology at King’s College. He is the author of Paul’s Divine Christology, the editor of Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul and coauthor of How God Became Jesus.

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