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Romans and the People of God
Edited by Sven K. Soderlund and N. T. Wright
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A great deal of scholarly energy has been dedicated lately to the interpretation of Romans. The intense debate concerning Paul and the law has led some scholars to reevaluate long-held positions with regard to Paul's great letter, while other scholars are seeking fresh formulations of deep-rooted convictions. Classical themes such as the fatherhood of God and the divine sonship of Jesus are in continual need of refinement, as are the practical implications of the Pauline perspectives for contemporary living and ministry. All of these topics and others are dealt with in this collection of essays on Romans presented to Gordon D. Fee on the occasion of his 65th birthday. The contributors, themselves all New Testament scholars of international standing, come from a wide circle of Gordon's friends and associates.
This scintillating, profund, and heart-warming set of essays by preeminent contributors is a fitting celebration of the enormous and wide-ranging contribution that Gordon Fee has made as the doyen of Penecostal scholars."
Max Turner, London Bible College
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About the Author
N. T. Wright is Canon Theologian of Westminster Abbey and formerly dean of Lichfield Cathedral. He taught New Testament studies for twenty years at Cambridge, McGill and Oxford Universities. Wright's full-scale work Jesus and the Victory of God is widely regarded as one of the most significant studies in the contemporary "Third Quest" of the historical Jesus. Among his many other published works are The Meaning of Jesus (with Marcus Borg) and The Challenge of Jesus. Sven K. Soderlund is dean of students and associate professor of biblical studies, Regent College, Vancouver, British Columbia.
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