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In his typically engaging style, Stendahl offers a provocative and compelling reading of Paul's letter to the Romans, the "final account" of the major themes of Paul's theology. Filled with fresh and creative insights from a lifetime of reflection, this book will be enthusiastically received by laypersons, clergy, students, and scholars.
|1||Paul and Israel||1|
|2||A Particular Letter and Sin Universal: Romans 1:1-3:20 and 15||9|
|3||Paul's Exegetical Find, Its Consequences and Limits - The Bypassing of Moses and the Macro/Micro Distinction: Romans 3:21-8:39||21|
|4||Missiological Reflections by a Former Zealot: Romans 9-11||33|
|5||Intellectual Worship and Respect for Conviction: Romans 12-14||45|
|Appendix: Paul's Letter to the Romans, RSV||52|