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Recovering Paul's Mother Tongue: Language…

Recovering Paul's Mother Tongue: Language and Theology in Galatians

by Susan Eastman

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Eastman has done a masterful job in anticipating readers' questions and even playing devil's advocate with her theory. She is conversant with the major theories of interpretation in Galatians and has applied current thinking on metaphor and its place in discussions of gender. Her book is a revision of her dissertation, and so in a few spots it feels like she is citing authorities at length instead of promoting her own views, but this is a minor fault. She offers two useful indices of general subjects and Scripture and ancient sources.
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