Daily Gleanings: Romans (27 December 2019)

Chris Tilling has a very fine two-part lecture on Karl Barth’s commentary on Romans (part 1, part 2).

In particular, the lecture addresses several ways in which Barth’s commentary is likely to evoke criticism from New Testament scholars. On the other hand, Tilling also sketches some things that New Testament scholars can learn from Barth about both Romans and doing theology.

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