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Categories Theology New Testament

Four Views on the Apostle PaulDavid Burnett interviewed Mark Nanos about his contribution
to Four Views on the Apostle Paul

“Nanos presents a Jewish view of Paul that seeks to deal
with why Judaism has viewed him in such a negative light and how the so-called
‘New Perspective on Paul‘ does not go far enough in their re-framing of the
Apostle because they are still working from within the
Christianity-versus-Judaism categories. For Nanos the problematic old
understanding of a Lutheran Paul as fighting against a Judaism consisting of
legalistic works-righteousness has been simply exchanged for a Paul fighting
against a ‘Jewish ethnocentric exclusivism and particularism.’”

Mathew Sims reviewed both Prepositions and Theology in the Greek
New Testament
and Devotions on the Greek New Testament.

“I often hear the refrain that learning Greek isn’t
necessary (that’s a post for another day), that knowing it puffs up, or that
it’s not practical, I mean we have pretty good translations, right? 

Devotions on the Greek New Testament answers all of these
questions showing just how practical and beneficial Greek is.”

And Abram K-J reviewed Christian Apologetics while reflecting
on his own history of interacting with apologetics and philosophy. 

“this is a strong work, and I’m happy for it to sit
alongside my old college text, Readings in the Philosophy of Religion.
Zondervan’s Christian Apologetics is a worthy, if basic, reference
guide. I expect it will serve apologists well.”

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