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‘The New Perspective on Paul’: An Observation

Dear people,  it’s time to stop talking about the ‘new’ perspective on Paul.  It ISN’T anymore.  #CorrectTerminolgyMatters #sblaar

The New Perspective on Paul: What was the Old Perspective?

Good work by Phillip. Very nice indeed. Before examining the challenge of the new Perspective on Paul, it is important to have some understanding of what the traditional on Paul view is.  At the foundation of Sanders’ critique of the standard view of Paul is that Luther read Paul through the lens of his own …

Graham Tomlin Has Rightly Comprehended Luther, and Paul, and the ‘New Perspective’ Heretics Need to Give Him (Tomlin) A Read

NPP people (all 4 of you) – take a few minutes and read this incredibly intelligent essay by Graham Tomlin.  Here’s his conclusion- Off with thee now, to read it all.

Registration Is Now Open: Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul, Duke University, Nov 9-10

The registration page is open and you can register for this conference here. This conference will engage Douglas Campbell’s book, “The Deliverance of God” (Eerdmans, 2009). It will summarize and critically discuss his proposals concerning the modern interpretation of Paul’s justification language, argumentation, and resulting version of the gospel. It will cover broader church historical …

Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul: A Critical Engagement with Douglas Campbell’s “The Deliverance of God” Duke Divinity School November 9-10, 2012

Via T.J. Lang of Duke U.- This conference will engage Douglas Campbell’s book, “The Deliverance of God” (Eerdmans, 2009). It will summarize and critically discuss his proposals concerning the modern interpretation of Paul’s justification language, argumentation, and resulting version of the gospel. It will cover broader church historical and theological issues, key questions of close …

Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul: Conference Video and Audio

A critically engaging conference based on Douglas Campbell’s book: The deliverance of God. Held at King’s College London on December 16-17, 2011. This conference included presentation of major papers from Alan Torrance of St. Andrews University, Chris Tilling and David Hilborn of St. Mellitus College, and Douglas Campbell of Duke University. The conference served to critically engage …

Conference Announcement: Are the Paulinists Finally Moving Beyond the Hideously Boring ‘Old Perspective v. the New Perspective’ Silliness?

True, that’s not the name of the conference (though to be fair, it should be!).  The Conference is actually titled ‘Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul‘ and my bestie Chris Tilling has all the info.  If you’re in the UK, you’ll want to go!  Seriously! It’s A two-day conference critically engaging with Douglas Campbell’s …

Conference Announcement: Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul

A very exciting conference is coming and Chris Tilling has the info (or as the kids say, the 411) : I am very excited to announce a conference on Douglas Campbell’s brilliant and controversial book, The Deliverance of God: An Apocalyptic Rereading of Justification in Paul.  It will take place at King’s College, London, on …

Hahn Eviscerates the ‘New Pauline Perspective’s’ View of the Law In Just a Few Paragraphs

With many thanks to Ron for transcribing this segment of Hahn’s absolutely brilliant and utterly indispensable New Testament Theology.  He’s right.  Furthermore, Paul had a far better understanding of the notion of the ‘broken covenant’ than many of his modern interpreters do. I mentioned Hahn’s theology previously and I think it appropriate to commend it again.  It …

Awful News: The Passing of Michael Cook

Via Jack Sasson.  I had the privilege of attending a series of lectures Dr Cook held at SEBTS for our NT seminar.  He was hosted by my friend and mentor Dr Don Cook, for whom I was honored to serve as his teaching assistant.  The lectures of Dr M. Cook were amazing.  May his memory …

2 Peter and the Apocalypse of Peter: Towards a New Perspective

Published by Brill– In the 2016 Radboud Prestige Lectures, published in this volume, Jörg Frey develops a new perspective on 2 Peter by arguing that the letter is dependent on the Apocalypse of Peter. Frey argues that reading 2 Peter against the backdrop of the Apocalypse of Peter sheds new light on many longstanding interpretative questions and offers fresh …

Jesus: His Life – ‘Serving Old Wine in a New Bottle’

CNN had some guy I’ve never heard of review the first night of the History Channel’s go at Jesus for Easter.  He writes According to History, the project represents an effort to tell Jesus’ story “in a new way.” Yet “Jesus: His Life” basically feels like a classic example of one of Hollywood’s most familiar …

A Multi-part Interview With Matthew Bates on His New Book, Part Three

Note: Previous parts of the series are posted here. Q –  Your book is very thought provoking. I can imagine that if could have grown exponentially and become quite a large volume. What did you leave out that you now wish you had included? A– Serving up regrets? I’ll take four helpings, please. And my …

A Multi-part Interview With Matthew Bates on His New Book, Part Two

Note: Part One is posted here. Q– Aside from the Trinity (which you’ve also written on), and Soteriology, what do you see as the most important and most misunderstood of the classic Christian doctrines? The Virgin Birth, the Atonement? Or something else? To seek for the most important and the most misunderstood simultaneously is very …

A Multi-part Interview With Matthew Bates on His New Book, Part One

Q– The tone of your book seems to imply that many have ‘gotten it wrong’ (i.e., salvation) up till now. Was that intentional, or is it merely a byproduct of your emphasis? Or, to put it more bluntly, the way it was put to Luther: do you think you are the only one to understand …

The Old Testament in the New Testament Hawarden Conference 2017 Programme

ANNUAL SEMINAR ON OT IN NT HAWARDEN 2017 Draft Programme Wednesday 5th April 6.45 Dinner Session 1 Chair: Susan Docherty 8.00 – 8.15 Welcome and Introductions 8.15 – 9.15 David Lees – Textual Ripples: A Different Methodological Approach Thursday 6th April From 8.00 Breakfast Session 2 Chair: Steve Moyise 9.15 – 10.30 Joshua Coutts – …

God and the Faithfulness of Paul

The American edition of this volume is being published by Fortress. N. T. Wright’s magnum opus Paul and the Faithfulness of God is a landmark study on the history and thought of the apostle Paul. This volume brings together a stellar group of international scholars to critically assess an array of issues in Wright’s work. Essays …

A New Commentary on Romans By a Scholar Who Actually Understands Paul, and the New Testament

Der neue Kommentar zum Römerbrief Paulus gilt als Grundlage der Reformation, aber seine reformatorische Auslegung geriet in Misskredit. Die lutherische Tradition betont einseitig die individuelle Funktion des Gesetzes, das in innere Konflikte führt. Dagegen stellt die „New Perspective on Paul“ den sozialen Konflikt zwischen Israel und anderen Völkern und die abgrenzende Funktion des Gesetzes ins …

News of a Star Studded Conference

The Star of Bethlehem: Historical and Astronomical Perspectives – A Multi-Disciplinary Colloquium, University of Groningen, October 23rd-24th, 2014 Interdisciplinary Reconsideration of “the star of Bethlehem”, bringing together astronomers, classicists, biblical scholars and historians of antiquity in a unique collaboration at the University of Groningen, October 23rd-24th, 2014 on the occasion of the university’s 4th centenary. …

Apostle of the Last Days: The Life, Letters, and Theology of Paul

Kregel sent this useful volume some time back and I’ve finished working through it over the Christmas break. In short, it’s quite good. Its publisher remarks Paul’s life, letters, and theology are unified by the theme of the overlapping of two ages—this age and the age to come. With the life, death, and resurrection of …