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More About This Title Preaching Romans
First-rate scholars and preachers on four interpretive approaches to Paul and Romans
Pauline scholarship is a minefield of differing schools of thought. Those who teach or preach on Paul can quickly get lost in the weeds of the various perspectives. How, then, can pastors today best preach Paul’s message?
Scot McKnight and Joseph B. Modica have assembled this stellar one-stop guide exploring four major interpretive perspectives on the apostle Paul: Reformational, New, Apocalyptic, and Participationist. First elucidated by a scholarly essay, each perspective is then illuminated by three sermons expositing various passages from Paul’s magisterial letter to the Romans.
Coming from such leading figures as Richard Hays, James Dunn, Fleming Rutledge, and Tom Schreiner, these essays and sermons splendidly demonstrate how each perspective on Paul brings valuable insights for preaching on Romans.
Michael F. Bird
Douglas A. Campbell
James D. G. Dunn
Timothy G. Gombis
Michael J. Gorman
Richard B. Hays
Suzanne Watts Henderson
Tara Beth Leach
Joseph B. Modica
Thomas R. Schreiner
Carl R. Trueman
William H. Willimon
Scot McKnight is the Julius R. Mantey Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary, Lombard, Illinois. His many other books include The Jesus Creed: Loving God, Loving Others; A Community Called Atonement; NIV Application Commentary volumes on Galatians and 1 Peter; and (coedited with James D. G. Dunn) The Historical Jesus in Recent Research. He also writes the award-winning Jesus Creed blog at patheos.com.
Joseph B. Modica is university chaplain and associate professor of biblical studies at Eastern University, St. Davids, Pennsylvania.