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Paul and the Faithfulness of God

I’ve been waiting for volume 4 in N.T. Wright’s magisterial Christian Origins and the Question of God series for a long time. Thankfully the long-awaited return from exile has come near in the form of 3 books: Paul and the Faithfulness of … Continue reading

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Hays on Intertextuality in Paul

“‘The word is near you, on your lips and in your heart.’ The texts that envelop us speak through us; resonant speech discovers typologies that interpret present experience through the language of predecessors. But these typologies come to us unbidden, … Continue reading

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Newbigin on Jesus and the Powers

“We misunderstand Jesus and his death if we see him simply as the greatest of those who have died in revolt against established power. Jesus died as the beloved Son of the Father, by whom the powers that killed him … Continue reading

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