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The Latest Must-Have Guide to the Current State of Pauline Studies

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What are the latest thoughts on Paul's use of scripture and the Jesus tradition? What new considerations are being given to exegeting Paul? What's the latest "perspective" on Paul—is the "new" old and "old" new again?

These questions that sit at the heart of the latest must-have resource in Pauline studies, Studies in the Pauline Epistles.

In honor of the illustrious career of Doug Moo, this Festshrift assembles the most relevant voices in Pauline scholarship to guide readers into the current state of Pauline studies, including: G. K. Beale, D. A. Carson, James D. G. Dunn, Stephen Westerholm, and N. T. Wright.

As co-editor Jay Smith explains, "Studies in the Pauline Epistles offers readers a very current window into the state of Pauline studies. A number of essays in this volume relate to the current landscape as it is."

Watch Smith explain how this book will give you insights into the current landscape of Pauline studies.

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