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Paul and the Faithfulness of God: Chapter 1

Paul and the Faithfulness of GodWhere do I begin with Paul and the Faithfulness of God, the 1,700 page behemoth by N.T. Wright? How do I begin to review such a book? Considering factors such as its size, the difference in our views, and my own sheer busyness, why am I even taking the time to read this book? In this post I’ll address these questions and introduce the book and its first chapter.

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November Review Books

when I receive review books I do a post to let readers know what’s ahead and why I chose these particular books, but it also serves as a way to both thank and stay accountable to the publishers. So here’s what I’ve gotten in the past few weeks.

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Primers on the New Perspective on Paul

The other day I was discussing Paul’s letter to the Romans with fellow CCBCY teacher Randy McCracken (who teaches OT and Romans here), and the merits (or lack thereof) of the New Perspective on Paul came up. His comments were insightful and encouraged me to brush up on the issues again. I found two great resources (albeit not new) that I’d recommend.

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NT Wright vs James White on the Apostle Paul

Apologist James White discussed/debated with prominent Biblical scholar NT Wright on the British radio show and podcast “Unbelievable”.

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