Paul and the Mosaic Law: The 3rd Durham-Tubingen Research Symposium on Earliest Christianity and Judaism

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The authors of the papers presented in this conference volume aim to engage in as complete as possible a study of the key passages in the letters of Paul which deal with or have a bearing on his understanding of and attitude to the Mosaic Law. They draw together a representative sample of the range of current scholarly opinion on these passages. The conference participants searched as far as possible for common ground on a wide range of exegetical and theological disputes and wanted to encourage and help facilitate disputants to take fuller account of the strength of the positions they disagree with.
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James D. G. Dunn, Born 1939; Emeritus Lightfoot Professor of Divinity, University of Durham.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Das Tora-Verstandnis im Judentum zur Zeit des Paulus. Eine Skizze 7
Die Stellung des Apostels Paulus zum Gesetz in den unbekannten Jahren zwischen Damaskus und Antiochien 25
Paul's Reasoning in Galatians 2:11-21 53
Defining the Faithful Character of the Covenant Community: Galatians 2.15-21 and Beyond: A Response to Jan Lambrecht 75
The Law of Moses and the Law of Christ - Galatians 3.1-6.2 99
Buchstabe und Geist nach 2 Kor 3 117
The Law in Romans 2 131
Three Dramatic Roles: The Law in Romans 3-4 151
Die Adam-Christus-Antithese und das Gesetz: Erwagungen zu Rom 5.12-21 165
Zur Hermeneutik von Rom 7 207
Paul and the Law in Romans 9-11 215
Faith, Works and Election in Romans 9: A Response to Stephen Westerholm 239
Response to Heikki Raisanen 247
Paul's Jewish Background in View of His Law Teaching in 1 Cor 7 251
'All Things to All People': Paul and the Law in the Light of 1 Corinthians 9.19-23 271
'Do we undermine the Law?: A Study of Romans 14.1-15.6 287
In Search of Common Ground 309
Bibliography (1980-94) 335
List of Contributors 342
Index of Biblical and Other Ancient Sources 343
Subject Index 361
Index of Modern Authors 363
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