Justification and the New Perspective on Paul
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Have evangelicals misunderstood Paul? Was the Reformation doctrine of justification a mistake? The New Perspective on Paul has serious implications for that pivotal doctrine of the gospel.
Guy Waters lays out the theological, historical, and cultural antecedents to the New Perspective and examines its leading proponents. He offers a trenchant critique of their work and warns us of problems that the New Perspective may pose within the church.
Table of Contents:
- ‘How the Mighty Have Fallen’: From Luther to Schweitzer
- Into the Twentieth Century: Bultmann, Davies, and Kasemann
- Enter the New Perspective: Krister Stendahl
- Ad Fontes?: E.P. Sanders on Judaism
- Schweitzer Revivus: E.P. Sanders on Paul
- After Sanders: Raisamen and Dunn
- Enter the Church: N.T. Wright
- A Critique of the New Perspective
- What’s a Stake for Reformed Christianity?
Guy Prentiss Waters (BA, University of Pennsylvania; MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary; PhD, Duke University) is professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. At Duke, he studied under Richard B. Hays and E. P. Sanders, two leading expositors of the New Perspectives on Paul.
Condition: Very Good
|Dimensions||229 × 155 × 21 mm|
Waters, Guy Prentiss, (Author)
P & R Publishing (2004), 286 pages