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What Are They Saying About Paul and the Law?

by Veronica Koperski

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Veronica Koperski's addition to the much-lauded What Are They Saying About (WATSA) series presents an overview of recent scholarly debate about Paul and the Law with attention to its historical roots.

Chapter one treats scholars who basically remain within the tradition of Luther/Bultmann in asserting that the Law fosters a prideful attitude. Chapters two and three deal with the "new perspective on Paul" initiated with the publications of E. P. Sanders in the 1970s and 1980s. Chapter four presents scholars who, although sensitive to the work of Sanders, reiterate some of the traditional Luther/Bultmann position. In chapter five the focus is Paul's consistency, and chapter six explores scholarship opining that justification by faith can no longer be considered the center of Paul's theology.

Readers will always find the best and the most recent scholarship in a WATSA book. This one will especially enlighten:

· Scholars who are non-specialists in Paul · Graduate and seminary students who have had a course in Paul · Pastors who are interested in updating their knowledge · Persons active in the Lutheran/Catholic dialogue

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