You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; … Continue reading Two Concepts of Freedom in Galatians
A lot has been written over the past few decades about the nature of Paul’s Damascus road event. Was Paul … Continue reading Called or Converted?
[This is the final “Atonement Week” blog post.] This past Thursday and Friday I attended The 3rd annual Los Angeles … Continue reading Locating Atonement
Good textbooks are hard to find. When I am looking for a textbook, I am looking for a book that … Continue reading Thinking Through Paul
A while ago I wrote about how excited I was to at some point get my hands on the Brazos … Continue reading A Theological Commentary on Colossians
When Richard Hays says something you listen. The author of such ground shaking books like The Moral Vision of the … Continue reading Richard Hays on Being Pastoral-Theologians like Paul
Recently a couple of biblical scholars wrote interesting articles on their blogs discussing the state of current Pauline scholarship. Scot … Continue reading Moving Past the New Perspective on Paul
I’m in the middle of studying for our next sermon series at Soma which is a series on Philippians. Philippians … Continue reading Context Context Context!
This week I have been studying Paul’s letter to the Philippians. One thing that really jumps out at me is … Continue reading Rejoice Always!
This past week in my class on Romans and Galatians my students answered the following prompt: Who do you believe … Continue reading Who is Paul Talking About in Romans 7?