Paul’s New Perspective is Paul’s old perspective. That’s the Garwood Anderson’s thesis in Paul’s New Perspective. In this long (+400 … Continue reading Paul’s New Perspective
The atonement is the subject of intense interest among not only theologians, but Christians in general. This may be due … Continue reading Sacrifice and Atonement
The argument of Paul’s Theology of Preaching can be broken up into two steps: 1)Begin by showing the distinctives of … Continue reading Paul’s Theology of Preaching
Creation care or environmentalism is a hot topic among evangelical Christians (the fact that it is saddens me, honestly, whether … Continue reading How Green Was Paul?
To see the practical implications Paul’s apocalyptic gospel in Galatians it is helpful to begin by looking at chapter 1 … Continue reading Getting Practical with Paul’s Apocalyptic Gospel
When Paul first came to the churches in Galatia the gospel he preached was received with much enthusiasm. However, after … Continue reading Who are Paul’s Opponents in Galatians?
The answer to the question of “what is Paul’s gospel?” must have some continuity with Jesus’ proclamation of the gospel. … Continue reading What is Paul’s Gospel? (Paul’s Apocalyptic Gospel)
A short while ago I began to address the question whether Paul was called or converted. It’s a question that … Continue reading Called or Converted? (Pt. 2)
Apocalyptic or redemptive-historical? That is the main question most people are debating nowadays when it comes to the shape of … Continue reading The Shape of Paul’s Theology
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