Tag Archives: Paul

The Righteousness of God by Charles Lee Irons (review)

Review by Matthew Monkemeier Irons, Charles Lee. The Righteousness of God: A Lexical Examination of the Covenant-Faithfulness Interpretation. WUNT 2.386. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015. Very few word-groups are as consequential for how we understand Paul as the “righteousness” (δικ-) word-group, … Continue reading

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Review of Apocalyptic Paul: Cosmos and Anthropos in Romans 5-8 edited by Beverly Roberts Gaventa

Gaventa, Beverly Roberts, ed. Apocalyptic Paul: Cosmos and Anthropos in Romans 5-8.Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2013. There is a resurgence of scholarly attention to Paul and apocalyptic and a shift in focus to the importance of chapters 5-8 for … Continue reading

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Review of Paul: Life, Setting, Work, Letters, edited by Oda Wischmeyer

Wischmeyer, Oda, ed. Paul: Life, Setting, Work, Letters. Translated by Helen S. Heron. London: T&T Clark, 2012. $35.73 For many English speakers interested in Biblical Studies, it takes . . . longer . . . to read German scholarship, but … Continue reading

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Review: Robert Matthew Calhoun. Paul’s Definitions of the Gospel in Romans 1

Robert Matthew Calhoun. Paul’s Definitions of the Gospel in Romans 1. WUNT II/316 (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011). € 69,00. Robert Matthew Calhoun’s monograph, Paul’s Definitions of the Gospel in Romans 1, is a revision of his dissertation at the University … Continue reading

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Review of Petr Pokorny’s From the Gospel to the Gospels

Petr Pokorný, From the Gospel to the Gospels: History, Theology and Impact of the Biblical Term ‘EUANGELION’. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 195. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013. X + 237 pp. 79,95 €/$112.00. Amazon | de Gruyter … Continue reading

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Review of David Morlan, Conversion in Luke and Paul

“Conversion” may be difficult to define, but it is adequate for explaining the fact that people leave old commitments and associate themselves with Christ and his followers. Christians add additional complexity to the phenomenon of conversion when they affirm that … Continue reading

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