CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO ST. PAUL edited by James Dunn ($23)*

CUP: 0-521-78694-0

The apostle Paul has been justifiably described as the first and greatest Christian theologian. His letters were among the earliest documents to be included in the New Testament and, as such, they influenced Christian thinking from its very beginning. This Companion provides an important assessment of the apostle as well as a new appreciation of his continuing contemporary significance. With eighteen chapters written by a team of well-known international Pauline specialists, the collection will have wide appeal and be an invaluable point of departure for subsequent studies.


James D. G. Dunn, Klaus Haacker, Stephen C. Barton, Margaret M. Mitchell, Bruce Longenecker; Jerome Murphy-OíConnor, Robert Jewett, Morna Hooker, Loren Stuckenbruck, Andrew T. Lincoln, Arland J. Hultgren, Alan F. Segal, Graham N. Stanton, L. W. Hurtado, Luke Timothy Johnson, Brian Rosner, Calvin J. Roetzel, Robert Morgan, Ben Witherington III


Introduction by James D. G. Dunn

Part I. Paulís Life and Work:
  1. Paulís life by Klaus Haacker
  2. Paul as missionary and pastor by Stephen C. Barton

Part II. Paulís Letters:
  1. 1 and 2 Thessalonians by Margaret M. Mitchell
  2. Galatians by Bruce Longenecker
  3. 1 and 2 Corinthians by Jerome Murphy-OíConnor
  4. Romans by Robert Jewett
  5. Philippians by Morna Hooker
  6. Colossians and Philemon by Loren Stuckenbruck
  7. Ephesians by Andrew T. Lincoln
  8. The pastoral epistles by Arland J. Hultgren

Part III. Paulís Theology:
  1. Paulís Jewish presuppositions by Alan F. Segal
  2. Paulís gospel by Graham N. Stanton
  3. Paulís christology by L. W. Hurtado
  4. Paulís ecclesiology by Luke Timothy Johnson
  5. Paulís ethics by Brian Rosner

Part IV. St. Paul:
  1. Paul in the second century by Calvin J. Roetzel
  2. Paulís enduring legacy by Robert Morgan
  3. Contemporary perspectives on Paul by Ben Witherington III
  4. Chronology
  5. Select bibliography.
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