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Four Views on the Apostle Paul: An Extended Video

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In this extended video, learn more about Four Views on the Apostle Paul (coming July 2012), in which four leading scholars present their views on the best framework for describing Paul's theological perspective, including a Reformed View, a Post-New Perspective View, a Catholic View, and a Jewish View. This extended video includes background information on the book, its goals, and video interviews with general editor Michael F. Bird and Thomas R. Schreiner, Mark D. Nanos, and Douglas Campbell.

We do wonder why anyone would want to miss general editor Michael Bird's introduction to the book, but if you do want to skip ahead and hear directly from some of the contributors, here are some direct links.

Thomas R. Schreiner (Reformed View)

Mark D. Nanos (Jewish View)

Douglas Campbell (Post New-Perspetive View)

Not included in the video is Luke Timothy Johnson (Catholic View).

image from www.zondervan.comRecent years have seen much controversy about the apostle Paul, his religious and social context, and its effects on his theology. In the helpful Counterpoints format, four leading scholars present their views on the best framework for describing Paul’s theological perspective, including his view of salvation, the significance of Christ, and his vision for the churches.

Like other titles in the Counterpoints: Bible and Theology collection, Four Views on the Apostle Paul gives theology students the tools they need to draw informed conclusions on debated issues.

General editor and New Testament scholar Michael F. Bird covers foundational issues and provides helpful summaries in his introduction and conclusion. New Testament scholars, pastors, and students of Christian history and theology will find Four Views on the Apostle Paul an indispensable introduction to ongoing debates on the apostle Paul’s life and teaching.

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