Daily Gleanings: Works of the Law (29 October 2019)

It’s now a few months back, but Matthew Bates and Matthew Thomas had an interesting interview over Thomas’s book Paul’s ‘Works of the Law’ in the Perspective of Second Century Reception (Mohr Siebeck, 2018).

In the discussion, Thomas reflects in some detail on the various “New Perspective” readings of Paul and how his work relates to them. He also has some interesting observations about what John Calvin does (and doesn’t) do with patristic material.

To listen to the full interview, see OnScript.

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