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Celebrating Romans: Template For Pauline Theology
Sheila E. McGinn
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This book brings international Christian scholars together to celebrate Robert Jewetts lifelong interest in Romans by reviewing and significantly advancing five fruitful approaches to Pauls most influential work.
The authors, all established teachers in academic and church settings, recognize the need for analyses of the Bible that are substantial and scholarly but also intelligible to nonspecialists. The essays in "Celebrating Romans" will challenge the thinking of students and scholars alike, illuminating diverse methods of biblical analysis and fostering a deeper appreciation for and engagement with Pauls most substantial letter.
Contributors: Robert Atkins, Keith Augustus Burton, William S. Campbell, James D. G. Dunn, Lareta Halteman Finger, Jeffrey B. Gibson, James D. Hester, Frank W. Hughes, L. D. Hurst, Peter Lampe, Sheila E. McGinn, Carolyn Osiek, Graydon F. Snyder, Elsa Tamez, Pamela Thimmes, Wilhelm Wuellner, K. K. Yeo
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About the Editor
Sheila E. McGinn is professor of biblical studies and early Christianity in the Department of Religious Studies at John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio. Her publications include "Bibliographies for Biblical Research: The Book of Revelation" and a commentary on the Gospel of Matthew.
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