Daily Gleanings about David Downs and Benjamin Lappenga’s “Faithfulness of the Risen Christ,” which links “pistis Christou” and Jesus’s resurrection.
“Scripture, Texts, and Tracings in 1 Corinthians” helps clarify Paul’s engagement with Scripture and has already received some very kind praise.
In the Review of Biblical Literature, Bryan Dyer discusses Gregory Jenks’s Paul and His Mortality: Imitating Christ in the Face of Death (Eisenbrauns, 2015). Dyer summarizes, Jenks wades through the Pauline writings and the apostle’s contextual background to address the question of how Paul thought about his own mortality. While Greco-Roman and Jewish thought certainly influenced […]
In the Review of Biblical Literature, Nicholas Elder reviews Channing Crisler’s Reading Romans as Lament: Paul’s Use of Old Testament Lament in His Most Famous Letter (Pickwick, 2016). According to Elder, The monograph’s central argument is that Paul is thoroughly indebted to the language and logic of Old Testament/Hebrew Bible lament in his letter to […]
Among recent releases from the Review of Biblical Literature: David Briones reviews Thomas Blanton IV’s A Spiritual Economy: Gift Exchange in the Letters of Paul of Tarsus (YUP, 2017). Briones offers some constructively critical comments but assesses Blanton’s contribution by saying, in part, Much of what Blanton writes about the nature of the gift is […]
Asbury Theological Seminary recorded recent a biblical studies seminar on the New Perspective on Paul. The primary faculty participants were Joseph Dongell, Ben Witherington, and Craig Keener. The session flows through the two following recordings. The New Perspective discussion starts at approximately the 4:00-mark in the first recording. Update: Unfortunately, the video embedding I attempted […]