Paul S Letter To The Romans

Author by : Colin G. Kruse
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Description : In this Romans commentary Colin Kruse shows how Paul expounds the gospel against the background of God's sovereign action as creator, judge, and redeemer of the world. --from publisher description.


Paul S Letter To The Romans

Author by : Peter Stuhlmacher
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Description : In this book, Peter Stuhlmacher stresses the Old Testament and postbiblical Jewish traditions as the primary backdrop to Paul's thought, as these traditions were known by Paul himself or mediated to him through Jesus and the early church. The themes of the righteousness of God and the corresponding justification of both Jews and Gentiles are viewed as the center of Romans. Finally, Stuhlmacher seeks to place the apostle's theology within its historical context. He overcomes the false dichotomy that has often characterized the study of Romans, mediating between the view that it is a general theological treatise that functions as Paul's last testament to his Christian faith, on the one hand, and the view that it is one particular and occasion-bound expression of Paul's thinking.


The Structure Of Romans

Author by : Paul B. Fowler
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Description : Paul did not write his letter to the Romans primarily out of doctrinal concerns. Paul B. Fowler argues that rhetorical questions in Romans 3?11 structure the argument, not as responses to criticism, but as Pauls careful guiding of the reader, and that these chapters, like the paraenesis in Romans 12?15, address specific circumstances in Rome tensions between Jew and Gentile that aggravate the already precarious situation of the Roman congregation. The book includes an appendix on rhetorical devices and another on epistolary formulas in Pauls letters.


The Theology Of Paul S Letter To The Romans

Author by : Klaus Haacker
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Description : Compelling introduction to the theology of Paul's Letter for teachers, pastors, and students of theology.


Paul S Letter To The Romans

Author by : Ben Witherington III
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Description : Witherington gleans fresh insights from reading the text of Paul's epistle in light of early Jewish theology, the historical situation of Rome in the middle of first century A.D., and Paul's own rhetorical concerns.


Studia Biblica 1978 Iii

Author by : E. A. Livingstone
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Description : Sixth International Congress on Biblical Studies, Oxford, 3-7 April 1978. Contents: H.-W. Bartsch, Inhalt und Funktion des urchristlichen Osterglaubens. J.N. Birdsall, The Georgian Version of Revelation. Oscar C. Brooks, A Contextual Interpretation of Gal 3.27. D.H. Campbell, The Identity of ego in Rom 7.7-25. W.S. Campbell, Salvation for Jews and Gentiles: Krister Stendahl and Paul's Letter to the Romans. W.S. Campbell, Christ the End of the Law: Rom 10.4. W.V. Crockett, Ultimate Restoration of all Mankind, 1 Cor 15.22. Paul Ellingworth, New Testament Text and Old Testament Context in Heb 12.3. J.C. Fenton, Controversy in the New Testament. J. Francis, Like newborn babes-the image of the child in 1 Peter 2.2-3. J.M. Gibbs, Wisdom, Power and Well-being. S.G. Hall, Christology, Prophecy and Scripture. Martin Hengel, Hymn and Christology. C.J.A. Hickling, Centre and Periphery in Paul's Thought. C.J.A. Hickling, Paul's Reading of Isaiah. John Holdsworth, The Sufferings in 1 Peter and Missionary Apocalyptic. Gunther Kehnscherper, Romans 8.19-On Pauline Belief and Creation. Sophie Laws, The Blood-stained Horseman: Rev 19.11-13. S.D. MacArthur, Spirit in Pauline Usage: 1 Cor 5.5. T.W. Mackay, Early Christian Exegesis of the Apocalypse. M.J. Moreton, A Reconsideration of the Origins of a Christian Initiation Rite in the Age of the New Testament. J. Nissen, The Problem of Suffering and Ethics in the New Testament. Jerome D. Quinn, Paul's Last Captivity. Heikki RSisSnen, Paul's Theological Difficulties with the Law. Julien Ries, Les Titres NT du Christ dans la Liturgie Gnostique de Medinet Madi. Stephen S. Smalley, What about 1 John? Graham Stanton, Stephen in Lucan Perspective. R.G. Tanner, St Paul and Panaetius. R.G. Tanner, St Paul's view of Militia and Contemporary Social Values. D.H. van Daalen, The Revelation of God's Righteousness in Rom 1.17. J.J. Vincent, Pluralism and Mission in the NT. Joan Hazelden Walker, A pre-Marcan Dating for the Didache: Further Thoughts of a Liturgist. A.J.M. Wedderburn, Adam in Paul's Letter to the Romans. Ann E. Wilhelm-Hooijbergh, The Martyrdom of Peter was Before the Fire in Rome. Ann E. Wilhem-Hooijbergh, In 2 Tim 1.17 the Greek and Latin Texts may have a Different Meaning. R. Williamson, Philo and New Testament Christology. R.E. Witt, The Myth of God's Mother Incarnate. N.T. Wright, Peri hamartias in Rom 8.3. Roy Yates, Christ and Powers of Evil in Colossians.


The So Called Jew In Paul S Letter To The Romans

Author by : Matthew Thiessen
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Description : The historical problem of Romans is its double character: concerned with issues of Torah and the destiny of Israel, the letter is explicitly addressed not to Jews but to Gentiles. In The So-Called Jew in Romans, nine Pauline scholars focus their attention on the rhetoric of diatribe and characterization in the opening chapters of the letter, asking what Paul means by the so-called Jew in Romans 2 and where else in the letters argumentation that figure appears or is implied. Each component of Pauls argument is closely examined.


Romans And The Apologetic Tradition

Author by : Anthony J. Guerra
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Description : This is the only book-length treatment of the protreptic character of Paul's Letter to the Romans.


Paul For Everyone

Author by : Nicholas Thomas Wright
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Description : Writing in an anecdotal and approachable style, Tom Wright helps us to see the great sweep of the letter to the Romans. This long-awaited two-volume addition to the hugely popular For Everyone series will be ideal for daily Bible study, a preaching aid or for those readers who are looking to deepen their understanding of this classic NT book.


Paul S Use Of Isaiah In Romans

Author by : Shiu-Lun Shum
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Description : Shiu-Lun Shum shows how, in using material from Isaiah's sayings, Paul, the Sibyls and the Qumranites shared great concerns about Israel's fate. He examines how Isaiah provided them with a wealth of vocabulary and concepts for their theological formulations.


Pillars Of Paul S Gospel

Author by : John F. O'Grady
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Description : An introductory overview of Paul's letters to the Galatians and Romans that integrates the influence of this apostle's personality and history. Can be used as a companion text to the Paulist Bible Study Program.


Paul S Letter To The Romans

Author by : J. A. Ziesler
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Description : Includes text of Romans in English.


Paul S Gospel And Mission

Author by : Arland J. Hultgren
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Reading Romans In Pompeii

Author by : Peter Oakes
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Description : Peter Oakes relies on demographic information and data from excavations in nearby Pompeii to paint a compelling portrait of daily life in a typical insula, or apartment complex, like the ones in which Pauls audience in Rome likely lived. Imaginatively fleshing out profiles of the circumstances of actual residents of Pompeii, Oakes then uses these profiles to invite the reader into a new way to hear Pauls letter to the Romans as the apostles contemporaries might have heard it.


Romans Foundations Of Faith

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Description : A devotional study of the Bible going through Paul ́s letter to the Romans. In 124 short daily chapters, we will contemplate the Scriptures in an attempt to grow our relationship with the Lord. In today ́s busy societies and with more pitfalls than ever in our Christian walk, we need to see past our distractions and place our focus back on Jesus Christ. This book can assist us if we truly want to make God a priority in our lives and set our Goal on spending eternity with Him.


Paul S Letter To The Romans And Roman Imperialism

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Description : This book seeks to demonstrate that the Letter to the Romans may be seen as an attempt by a subordinate group to redress actual and potential issues of confrontation with the Empire, and to offer hope, even in the crisis of facing death. Paul demonstrates that it is God's peace and not Rome's peace that is important; that loyalty to the exalted Jesus as Lord and to the kingdom of God--not Jupiter and Rome--leads to salvation; that grace flows from Jesus as Christ and Lord and not from the benefactions of the Emperor. If the resurrection of Jesus--the crucified criminal of the Roman Empire--demonstrates God's power over the universe and death, the very instrument of Roman control, then the Christ-believer is encouraged to face suffering and death in the hope of salvation through this power. Paul's theology emerges from and is inextricably bound to the politics of his day, the Scriptures of his people, and to the critical fact that the God who is one and Lord of all is still in charge of the world.


A Walk Through Romans

Author by : George Hart
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Description : The letter of the Apostle Paul to the Romans has played a vital role in the Christian church through the centuries. It sets out the doctrine of the Gospel in detail and with great clarity. This book aims to guide the newcomer to Romans by adopting a picto


Paul S Letter To The Romans

Author by : J. C. O'Neill
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Description : The Epistle of Paul to the Romans has always been regarded as central to the history and expansion of the Christian Church. Yet, with its apparent support of predestination (which mocks morality) and of civil authority, however tyrannical, it has been the subject of fierce controversy among commentators from Chrysostom in the fourth century to Dodd in our own. For the most part, however, they have accepted that Romans was written by one man at one time to one audience. The author, however, challenges the truth of this assumption. He maintains, both in principle and in detail, that the process of copying from manuscript to manuscript has allowed numerous glosses and interpolations to creep into the text of Paul's letter as it was finally established. He also claims that even longer sections not written by Paul were deliberately added. The words of Romans are not necessarily the words of Paul.


Paul Among The Gentiles A Radical Reading Of Romans

Author by : Jacob P. B. Mortensen
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Description : This exciting new interpretation of Pauls Letter to the Romans approaches Pauls most famous letter from one of the newest scholarly positions within Pauline Studies: The Radical New Perspective on Paul (also known as Paul within Judaism). As a point of departure, the author takes Pauls self-designation in 11:13 as apostle to the gentiles as so determining for Pauls mission that the audience of the letter is perceived to be exclusively gentile. The study finds confirmation of this reading-strategy in the letters construction of the interlocutor from chapter 2 onwards. Even in 2:17, where Paul describes the interlocutor as someone who calls himself a Jew, it requests to perceive this person as a gentile who presents himself as a Jew and not an ethnic Jew. If the interlocutor is perceived in this way throughout the letter, the dialogue between Paul and the interlocutor can be perceived as a continuous, unified and developing dialogue. In this way, this interpretation of Romans sketches out a position against a more disparate and fragmentary interpretation of Romans.


Insights On Romans

Author by : Charles R. Swindoll
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Description : The 15-volume Swindoll’s Living Insights New Testament Commentary series continues with Insights on Romans. This newly revised and expanded edition draws on Gold Medallion Award–winner Chuck Swindoll’s 50 years of experience with studying and preaching God’s Word. His deep insight, signature easygoing style, and humor bring a warmth and practical accessibility not often found in commentaries. Each volume combines verse-by-verse commentary, charts, maps, photos, key terms, and background articles with practical application. The newly updated volumes now include parallel presentations of the NLT and NASB before each section. This series is a must-have for pastors, teachers, and anyone else who is seeking a deeply practical resource for exploring God’s Word.


The Obedience Of Faith

Author by : Paul S. Minear
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Description : Minear puts forward the significance of using the information uncovered from the last three chapters of Romans (14-16) to reconstruct the picture of the situation in Rome and to interpret the letter as a whole accordingly. He challenges the assumption held by many commentators that there was a single Christian congregation in Rome where different groups of Christians worshipped side by side. Minear proposes that Paul is trying to unite the strong and the weak communities in Rome. Paul does this by employing twelve axioms in efforts at reconciliation in 14.1-15.13. According to Minear, it is the purpose of the rest of Romans to explain, support, and defend these axioms.


Romans

Author by : Bee World
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Description : BEE World courses lead students to study God's word through the text and questions that are designed to encourage students to "know, be, and do." This course is a study of one of the most significant books of the New Testament: Paul's magnum opus, the epistle to the Romans. This letter has had an enormous impact on the history of the church and in fact was a pivotal document of the Protestant Reformation. Both Martin Luther and John Wesley were profoundly impacted by this work and found Christ through its pages. This course is the second part of a study of Paul's epistles to the Galatians and Romans. In this course students will study Paul's letter to the Romans and look at the historical background and examine the vital theological issues in the early church in Rome. Students will gain new insights into Christian life and service as they apply the teaching of this epistle to contemporary situations. The lessons in this course are grouped into two units. In Unit 1, students will study Paul's extensive explanation of the gospel as he looks at man's need of and God's provision for salvation, our new life of freedom, and our life in the Spirit. Unit 2 examines the second half of the book of Romans where Paul applies the gospel to a Christian's daily life. Students will look at Paul's words about the gospel for both Jew and Gentile, the Christian walk according to the truth of the gospel, and finally the gospel and the church. Romans was Paul's summary of the Christian teaching. There is no more magnificent statement of the doctrines of grace than those found in this letter. We pray that this course will richly impact the students.


God Grace And Righteousness

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Description : This thesis places the Wisdom of Solomon and Paul?s letter to the Romans in conversation. While the lexical and thematic parallels between Wisdom 13-15 and Romans 1.18-2.5, and to a lesser extent Wisdom 10-12 (or 10-19) and Romans 9-11, have often been noted, comparisons between these two texts have typically identified points of continuity and discontinuity without enquiring into the hermeneutical rationale and theological basis for the observed similarity-in-contrast. This thesis attempts to deepen the dialogue between Wisdom and Romans, not primarily by an examination of Paul?s use of or dependence upon Wisdom but by attempting to consider and compare the essential theological grammar of both texts. Part one offers a reading of Wisdom without reference to Romans. In this way, this thesis both fills a scholarly gap? as no large scale comparison of Wisdom and Romans provides a complete reading of the former text? and allows the terms of Wisdom?s theological description to be configured on the basis of its own basic theological structures. It will be argued that Wisdom?s absolute distinction between the righteous (Israel) and the ungodly (non-Israel), its emphatic articulation of divine grace and its rereading of Israel?s scripture are consistent with and comprehended within a fundamental theological conviction: the God of illimitable love is immutably just. Part two considers pivotal sections of Romans in dialogue with Wisdom. Taking Wisdom?s central concerns and motifs as topics of conversation, chapters six, seven and eight compare and consider the relationship and respective soteriological status of Jew and Gentile (chapter six), the meaning and relationship of divine righteousness and grace (chapter seven), and the hermeneutical logic that shapes the respective rereadings of Israel?s scripture (chapter eight). These multiple points of comparison reflect a common conversational pattern: while Wisdom and Romans share much in terms of theme, vocabulary and theological mode, the theologies they articulate are ultimately incommensurable. The central thesis of part two is that the anthropological, semantic and hermeneutical differences between Wisdom and Romans point to and are generated by a material contrast at the level of the texts? essential theological logic: Wisdom?s theology is governed by and reflective of the nuclear significance of the protological order????? fashioned, sustains and reveals; the theology of Romans is determined by and radiates from the generative and centrifugal significance of the divine act that is the event, impact and proclamation of Jesus Christ.


Romans And Galatians

Author by : Leo Zanchettin
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Description : This series contains each passage of Scripture from books of the Bible and practical commentaries that include faith-filled meditation. Drawing from solid Catholic scholarship, these commentaries inspire readers to grow in their love for Christ. Readers will find a new, rich meaning as they meet Jesus through the eyes of the writers of the New Testament.


Paul

Author by : Stanley B. Marrow
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Description : A major Pauline theology, the first to have come out in the Catholic area in recent years, which sheds light on and interprets Paul's theology by his letters, his life, and both against the background of his times.


Paul S Concept Of Mission

Author by : J. G. Mst Panjikaran
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Description : Parallel title and statement of responsibility in Manipuri also.


The Epistle To The Romans

Author by : Richard N. Longenecker
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Description : Paul s letter to believers in Jesus at Rome has always been very highly regarded within the Christian church, playing a central role in the formulation and proclamation of Christian doctrine. Yet despite its status in the church and its importance for Christian thought, life, and proclamation, Romans is not a simple writing -- it is one of the most difficult New Testament letters to analyze and interpret. In this commentary prominent New Testament scholar Richard Longenecker offers a clear analysis of Romans that builds on the work of past commentators while still being informed by significant studies and insights of interpreters today. His analysis is critical, exegetical, and constructive, but pastoral in its application. Longenecker also sets a course for the future that will promote a better understanding of this most famous of Paul s letters and a more relevant contextualization of its message.


The Bauer Thesis Examined

Author by : Thomas A. Robinson
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Description : This study challenges the adequacy of the reconstruction of primitive Christianity advanced by Walter Bauer in Orthodoxy and Heresy in Earliest Christianity - the theory that so-called heretical movements were early, widespread, and strong. The author does this by citing the lack of data extensive enough to warrant such conclusions.