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Paul and the Mosaic Law

The Third Durham-Tübingen Research Symposium on Earliest Christianity and Judaism (Durham, September, 1994)
1996. Buch. XI, 368 S. Hardcover
Mohr Siebeck ISBN 978-3-16-146573-4
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"As this volume illustrates so well, the historical and theological issues surrounding Paul's view of the Law are notoriously complex. But it also demonstrates that the 'assured conclusions' of a previous generation have been destroyed without any new 'scholarly consensus' in sight. In doing so, this volume raises afresh the fundamental question of what, for Paul, the significance of the death and resurrection of the Messiah 'under the Law' actually was for the role of the Law itself, not only in the justification and reconciliation of Jews and Gentile in Christ, but also in their continuing life 'in Christ' as believers. May. such a volume. lead. to a renewed dedication to resolve this all-important issue for the meaning of Paul's thought and for the history of Jewish-Christian dialogue."

Scott Hafemann in Shofar vol. 16 (1998), p. 125

Paulus und das Mosaische Gesetz. Das Dritte Durham-Tübingen Forschungssymposium über Frühchristentum und Judentum (Durham, September 1994). Studienausgabe. Herausgegeben von James D.G. Dunn.

"Wer immer sich mit der paulinischen Theologie, aber auch mit urchristlicher Torakritik beschäftigt, kann an diesem Sammelband nicht vorbeigehen."

Robert Oberforcher in Freiburger Rundbrief Jg. 5 (1998), Nr. 1, S. 47

James D.G. Dunn: Born 1939; 1961 M.A.; 1964 B.D. at Trinity College, University of Glasgow; 1967-68 Senior Assistant Minister, St. David's Church of Scotland, Knightswood, Glasgow; 1968 Ph.D., University of Cambridge; 1968-70 Chaplain to Overseas Students in Edinburgh; 1970-82 Lecturer, then Reader in Theology, University of Nottingham; 1976 B.D., University of Cambridge; 1982-90 Professor of Divinity, since 1990 Lightfoot Professor of Divinity, University of Durham; 1991 D.D., University of Cambridge.

Main audience: Researchers in the field of Theology, Religion and Jewish Studies; theological colleges, seminaries and libraries.
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