Series: Paul in Critical Contexts

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Abraham Our Fathers (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Israel Kamudzandu
Apostle to the Conquered: Reimaging Paul's Mission (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Davina C. Lopez
The Arrogance of Nations: Reading Romans in the Shadow of Empire (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Neil Elliott
Christ's Body in Corinth: The Politics of a Metaphor (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Yung Suk Kim
The Colonized Apostle: Paul in Postcolonial Eyes (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Christopher D. Stanley
Eros and the Christ: Longing and Envy in Paul's Christology (Paul in Critical Contexts) by David E. Fredrickson
Galatians Re-Imagined: Reading With the Eyes of the Vanquished (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Brigitte Kahl
Paul in the Grip of the Philosophers: The Apostle and Contemporary Continental Philosophy by Peter Frick
The Politics of Heaven: Women, Gender, and Empire in the Study of Paul (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Joseph A. Marchal

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