Scholars Discussing Paul

Fortress Press featured the above video on its website, which has N. T. Wright, Richard B. Hays, and Michael Gorman talking about Paul’s letters. The website also has a discussion guide as well as a couple of other videos.

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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship Censored

    N.T. Wright seems to be the new C.S. Lewis. If a right proper Brit can swallow this stuff, then, by jove, we’ve got to keep up appearances.

  • Just Sayin’

    Personally, I think that trying to find a consistent dogmatics in Paul’s writings is a futile exercise. Much better to accept that there is none. Then there’d be no more need to churn out thousand-page doorstops trying to formulate one!

    • Jlr

      And…this is why you “publish” on the comments section of a blog.

      • Just Sayin’

        Was that an attempt at a putdown?

        • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship Censored

          It’s the only way to protect the illusion of consistent Pauline dogmatics.

          Instead of barking, one may meow to defend catmatics.

          😉