The letter to the Galatians is a key source for Pauline theology as it presents Paul's understanding of justification, the gospel, and many topics of keen contemporary interest. In this volume, some of the world's top Christian scholars offer cutting-edge scholarship on how Galatians relates to theology and ethics.The stellar list of contributors includes John Barclay, Beverly Gaventa, Richard Hays, Bruce McCormack, and Oliver O'Donovan. As they emphasize the contribution of Galatians to Christian theology and ethics, the contributors explore how exegesis and theology meet, critique, and inform each other.
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About the Author
Mark W. Elliott (PhD, University of Cambridge) is reader in church history and head of the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. Scott J. Hafemann (DrTheol, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen) is reader in New Testament studies at St. Andrews. N. T. Wright (DD, DPhil, University of Oxford), formerly bishop of Durham, is research professor of New Testament and early Christianity at St. Andrews. John Frederick, a PhD candidate at St. Andrews, is assistant professor and worship coordinator in the College of Theology at Grand Canyon University.
Table of Contents
ContentsPart 1: Justification1. Messiahship in Galatians? N. T. Wright2. Paul's Former Occupation in Ioudaismos Matthew V. Novenson3. Galatians in the Early Church: Five Case Studies Karla Pollmann and Mark W. Elliott4. Justification and Participation: Ecumenical Dimensions of Galatians Thomas Söding5. Arguing with Scripture in Galatia: Galatians 3:10-14 as a Series of Ad Hoc Arguments Timothy G. Gombis6. Martin Luther on Galatians 3:6-14: Justification by Curses and Blessings Timothy Wengert7. Yaein: Yes and No to Luther's Reading of Galatians 3:6-14 Scott Hafemann8. "Not an Idle Quality or an Empty Husk in the Heart": A Critique of Tuomo Mannermaa on Luther and Galatians Javier A. Garcia9. Judaism, Reformation Theology, and Justification Mark W. Elliott10. Can We Still Speak of "Justification by Faith"? An In-House Debate with Apocalyptic Readings of Paul Bruce McCormackPart 2: Gospel11. The Singularity of the Gospel Revisited Beverly Roberts Gaventa12. Apocalyptic Poiēsis in Galatians: Paternity, Passion, and Participation Richard B. Hays13. "Now and Above; Then and Now" (Gal. 4:21-31): Platonizing and Apocalyptic Polarities in Paul's Eschatology Michael B. Cover14. Christ in Paul's Narrative: Salvation History, Apocalyptic Invasion, and Supralapsarian Theology Edwin Chr. van Driel15. "In the Fullness of Time" (Gal. 4:4): Chronology and Theology in Galatians Todd D. Still16. Karl Barth and "The Fullness of Time": Eternity and Divine Intent in the Epistle to the Galatians Darren O. Sumner17. "Heirs through God": Galatians 4:4-7 and the Doctrine of the Trinity Scott R. SwainPart 3: Ethics18. Flesh and Spirit Oliver O'Donovan19. "Indicative and Imperative" as the Substructure of Paul's Theology-and-Ethics in Galatians?: A Discussion of Divine and Human Agency in Paul Volker Rabens20. Grace and the Countercultural Reckoning of Worth: Community Construction in Galatians 5-6 John M. G. Barclay21. Paul's Exhortations in Galatians 5:16-25: From the Apostle's Techniques to His Theology Jean-Noël Aletti22. The Drama of Agency: Affective Augustinianism and Galatians Simeon Zahl23. Life in the Spirit and Life in Wisdom: Reading Galatians and James as a Dialogue Mariam J. KamellIndexes