Evangelical Perspectives on the New Perspective on Paul

Evangelical Perspectives on the New Perspective on Paul July 18, 2011

A couple of other bloggers have had some interesting things to say about the new perspective on Paul, from an Evangelical perspective. Mike Bird is up to part 2 in a series entitled “After the New Perspective.” Tim Gombis has a post on the willingness of Evangelical opponents of the new perspective to abandon their principles in the process. And also related, Scot McKnight continues his series on James D. G. Dunn’s most recent book, reaching the topic of  Paul’s “conversion” and how the classic Reformation understanding of that subject and of Paul’s theology may require rethinking.

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