Michael Gorman on Paul and the Cruciformed Way of God in Christ

In the on-lineĀ Journal of Moral Theology, in its latest issue, Michael Gorman has a nice piece on Paul and the Cruciformed Way of God in Christ. Gorman concludes:

Paul offers a vision of divine enemy/love reconciliation, generosity, and hospitality that, he says, must be embodied in Christian communities. Moral theologians and biblical scholars need to work together to discern the concrete ways in which we can instantiate the story of God in Christ into our own communal practices by the Spirit of the Father and the Son.


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