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Daily Archives: October 21, 2011
Paul, the Law, the Gentiles, and Becoming Part of God’s People
I’m still going through Stephen Westerholm’s Perspectives Old and New on Paul: The “Lutheran” Paul and His Critics. The question I have been asking is how scholars conceptualize Paul’s attitude towards the law: Did Paul believe that the law was … Continue reading