This volume presents an analysis of some of Paul's most famous, yet often misunderstood, ethical teachings. The Moral Teaching of Paul examines the meaning of Paul's message vis-a-vis some of the most intellectually compelling and critical issues of our age, including sex (marriage and divorce), homosexuality, women in the Church, and Christians and the Governing Authorities.
This revised edition modernizes our understanding of the apostle, taking into account important studies of Paul that have appeared in the 1980s. It additionally offers stimulating new insights into 1 Corinthians.
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