Scot McKnight reviews Paul as Pastor

Over at RBL, there is a solid review of Brian Rosner, Andrew Malone, and Trevor Burke (eds), Paul as Pastor, by Scot McKnight.

I co-wrote the chapter on Pau’s pastoral strategy in Galatians with John Anthony Dunne.

McKnight takes issue with a few things, but concludes, “[T]here is precious little interaction between the chapters, leaving one at times with the impression that we have eleven different pastors or pastoral strategies at work in the volume. But Paul as Pastor is designed to begin the discussion, and it does this well.”

 

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