The Theology of Paul's Letter to the Romans (Cambridge New Testament Theology Series)
Klaus Haacker, a respected expert on Paul's writings, presents a compelling introduction to the theology of the Letter to the Romans. This volume completes Cambridge's successful New Testament Theology series. In keeping with the series, it explores the distinctive ideas...
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Klaus Haacker, a respected expert on Paul's writings, presents a compelling introduction to the theology of the Letter to the Romans. This volume completes Cambridge's successful New Testament Theology series. In keeping with the series, it explores the distinctive ideas and issues of the Epistle at greater length than is possible in commentaries or theological dictionaries. Professor Haacker focuses on themes such as righteousness, suffering and hope and the mystery of Israel in the age of the gospel. Engaging with Paul's rhetoric strategy, he shows how both ancient Rome and the spiritual heritage of Israel provide contexts for the Letter and help us to understand its message to the original readers and its abiding impact on Christianity. The book will be of interest to teachers, pastors, and students of theology and the New Testament.
'Students will benefit from its clarity and its comprehensiveness within manageable proportions, while scholars will appreciate the maturity of its analysis. It is thus a fitting culmination to a distinguished series.' Journal for the Study of the New Testament
Compelling introduction to the theology of Paul??'s Letter for teachers, pastors, and students of theology.
Klaus Haacker is Professor of New Testament Studies at the Barmen School of Theology, Wuppertal, Germany.
- 1. Introduction; 2. Theology In A Nutshell; 3. Theology In Process; 4. Major Concerns; 5. Sorting The Sources; 6. To The Romans A Roman?; 7. Romans In Its Canonical Context; 8. The Impact Of Romans And Interactions With Romans In Church History; 9. The Relevance Of Romans Reconsidered; Further Reading.