So what has been happening lately in the study of Paul? Biblical studies blogs, as usual, are a good place to get a sense of things, and that is an important service both to scholars and to the general public. The latter should be asking primarily about the consensus when there is one. The former will know when there is a consensus and if so what it is, and will want to see what is new, not with a view to uncritically embracing it, but to have a sense of what they should be thinking about and perhaps interacting with.
Let me start with this blog post on the Cambridge University Press blog which includes some free articles:
Does Wright Get Paul on Israel Right? Continued Debate « Humanities « Cambridge Core Blog
Next, here’s Publisher’s Weekly surveying some new books about Paul
Lisa Bowens on African-American Readings of Paul
Open access book: Eve-Marie Becker, Der Philipperbrief des Paulus : Vorarbeiten zu einem Kommentar
Finding Paul’s Biography in Josephus: Interview with Felix Asiedu
Book Review: Brant Pitre, Michael Barber, and John Kincaid. Paul, A New Covenant Jew: Rethinking Pauline Theology
Paul Dictated His Letters: How Does *That* Complicate Finding an Original?
“The Way of Christ”: Patristic Reception of Galatians 6:2 (by Cody Matchett)
Mike Bird and Nijay Gupta talk Galatians
Book Review: Galatians: Freedom Through God’s Grace
Paul the slave-master: how early Christians leveraged slaves and their households
What Did Paul Mean by Groaning Creation?
What Was Paul Thinking?
Paul’s Preaching of God’s Word
Christmas thoughts from Ephesians
Time to Rejoice (1 Thessalonians 5)
A Closer Look: Adoption
Did Paul Really Say That?
Paul and the Power of Grace
Book Review: Ben Witherington III and Jason A. Myers, Voices and Views on Paul
What is Romans About?
Meet This Book: Paul and the Power of Grace
African American Readings of Paul
A Closer Look: Damascus
BOOK NOTICE: Matthew J. Thomas, Paul’s “Works of the Law” in the Perspective of Second Century Reception
Did Paul give new names to church leaders and co-workers?
Lionel Windsor on supersessionism and the New Perspective
Interview: Arco den Heijer
What do we know about who wrote the letters attributed to Paul? (3)
Sin as Power
Allen Dwight Callahan, “‘Brother Saul’: An Ambivalent Witness to Freedom”
A Closer Look: Rebirth, Conversion, Inheritance
Thinking Like Christ: Philippians 2:5-8
Pauline Eschatology: Dan Oudshoorn’s 2nd Volume on What Paul is Up to
Perspectives on Paul 11-18-20
Sharing in the Son’s Inheritance
New Testament books reviewed in The Christian Century
Sin and Soteriology in Romans
Sin and its Remedy in Paul
Crown-Wearers and Cross-Bearers
Gabriele Boccacini’s new book about Paul
Receiving the Word of God
He’s Coming Back
“Salvation and the Good Life”: Julien C.H. Smith, Author of Paul and the Good Life
Apostle Paul, N.T. Wright, and Supersessionism – The Debate
Matthew and Paul Agreements # 3 – The Torah?
1 Corinthians 15-16 and the Resurrection of the Body: Concluding Pastoral Concerns
Perspectives on Paul for 10-21-20
Who Was Paul?
Who Was Paul? – Interview with Allan R. Bevere
How To Read Paul
Paul as community organizer
Important Interpretive Questions
James Tabor on Jonathan Z. Smith and his Work on Paul
A Jungian perspective on Paul’s dilemma
A mystery revealed
Tarsus — A Very Unusual Roman Building
Pastoral Epistles Commentary by Chris Hutson
A whole book review series by Ben Witherington:
Gentile Christian Identity— Part One