Published October 30, 2006
by Brill .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||454|
A brief study of Paul, his career and his teaching. Formerly entitled PAULINE THEOLOGY, this revision is reconstructed from a judicious use of his uncontested letters and a critical use of data about him in the Acts of the Apostles. It includes select bibliographies of titles in the principal modern languages/5(9). This volume moves beyond the traditional discussion of whether Paul had a center to his theology to raise questions regarding his perspective on a number of important theological issues. These issues include his gentile mission, the concepts of faith, grace, and the law, reconciliation, the temple, eschatology, miracles, gender, and Paul's trinitarian tendencies. Paul and His Theology (Pauline Studies) Porter, S.E. This volume consists of fifteen essays by an international group of scholars on a variety of topics in Pauline theology. Apostle Paul: His Life and Theology and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Cited by:
In Paul: An Outline of His Theology Ridderbos is concerned with gaining insights in to the fundamental structures of Paul’s preaching and doctrine. Beginning with the Reformation he shows the doctrine of justification by faith as being primary to interpreting Paul, even when, as in Cited by: Christianity Today, Number 10 on the Top 25 Books of the Year list () Revue Biblique "A synthesis of great power and beauty. Every page betrays the excitement of dialoguing with Paul In the creativity of its approach, the elegance of its prose, and the passion of its conviction that Paul has much to say to the modern church, it sets a new standard against which all competitors will be /5(32). Needless to say, there are many things we can learn about Paul's theology from his missionary journeys. But one of the most important things we learn is that Paul's theology did not allow him to be an armchair theologian. To be sure, Paul was well educated and was very intelligent. But his theology led him to a life of sacrifice and service. The beginning chapter of Ridderbos' Paul: An Outline of His Theology is a very significant introduction in light he uncovers the various non-Christian philosophical influences and agenda behind multiple approaches to the Pauline studies where a "widespread group of interpreters, highly differentiated among themselves, who endeavor to understand the Pauline gospel in its original meaning and purport /5.
This book gives many different views and background research on Paul the Apostle. It helps you to understand were Paul came from, How he perceived things, and what his vision were. How he approached the Gentiles to teach them about Christ. This book is a helpful tool for Seminary by: 5. Paul was a unique vessel prepared by God for a unique task. His inspired work has been the foundation for many of the church’s theological tenets for two thousand years. Scan through Acts 9 through List ways Paul contributed to the expansion of the church. This book on the theology of the Apostle serves as a milestone of Paul interpretation to which all future scholarly work must pay attention. The author is due grateful respect and high recognition for the outstanding achievement that he has rendered. Wolter offers a careful and magisterial overview of Pauline theology in a readable Cited by: 1. Dunn takes the epistle to Romans as the foundation for his view of Paul's theology. This take both enhances and limits Dunn's work. As much as the Roman epistle filled with theological themes it is not the only work left for our use/5.