An Introduction to the Study of St Paul
This introduction traces the development from Jesus to Paul, his encounter with Christ on the road to Damascus, the theological and pastoral concerns expressed in his letters, the picture of Paul in Acts, his background, social world and legacy. Key...
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This introduction traces the development from Jesus to Paul, his encounter with Christ on the road to Damascus, the theological and pastoral concerns expressed in his letters, the picture of Paul in Acts, his background, social world and legacy. Key themes are explored in relation to modern issues such as feminism (no longer male and female), race (no longer Jew or Greek) and liberation (no longer slave or free).;Theological doctrines such as Atonement, Christology and Ecclesiology are discussed in relation to the rest of the New Testament and modern concerns, and a summary is offered of the main interpretations of Paul current today.
"This study introduces its readers to the different aspects of the study of the apostle Paul. It aims primarily not to present its author's own interpretation of Paul, but to introduce students to the differing positions and methods developed by contemporary scholars in Pauline studies. By setting out these views, and the evidence on which they are based, it equips the reader to approach the study of Paul with an awareness of the range of current debate and a knowledge of the evidence and arguments they will encounter."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
David G. Horrell (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is Professor of New Testament Studies at the University of Exeter, UK. He is the author of several books, including An Introduction to the Study of Paul (T&T Clark, Second Edition 2006) and Solidarity and Difference (T&T Clark, 2005). He was the editor of the Journal for the Study of the New Testament from 2002-2007.
He is an active member of the British New Testament Society, having chaired the Social World of the New Testament Seminar from 2001-2006, and is also a member of the Society for Biblical Literature (SBL) and Society for New Testament Studies (SNTS). He completed his PhD at Cambridge on Pauls Corinthian letters and the letter known as 1 Clement
- Introduction - Paul The Man-mountain
- From Jesus To Paul -pre-pauline Christianity
- Paul's Life - Before And After His Encounter With Christ
- Paul The Letter Writer
- Paul The Theologian - The Central Elements Of Paul's Gospel
- Paul, Israel And Jewish Law
- New Approaches To The Study Of Paul - Social-scientific And Feminist
- Paul's Legacy In The New Testament And Beyond
- Coming Full Circle - Why Study Paul Today?.