Gordon D. Fee, Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, ), pages, ISBN Gordon D. Fee. On Pauline Perspectives, Matthew Montonini has news of 81 pages worth of sample pages from Gordon Fee’s new book on Pauline. This will be the first post in an ongoing review and summary of Gordon Fee’s Pauline Christology. This book is an attempt to see Paul’s.
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Readers who anticipate a work that parallels his work on the Spirit in Paul might be a bit disappointed. Fee expects that this book will be most useful as a reference text and he is likely correct. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Pauline Christology is a very welcome addition to Pauline studies, filling a gap in the scholarly literature.
Although one may have a few quibbles with some of the conclusions reached here, Fee has still managed to offer compelling readings of key texts, all the while filling a large lacuna in Pauline scholarship. This distinction is not one that Paul makes, as Fee notes: But more importantly, Pauline Christology is Fee at his best.
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It is a volume to be highly recommended. Listening to the Spirit in the Text. This work is just over pages. Pauline Christology May 24, no comments.
I am happy to add his Pauline Cristology to my collection. Jesus the Lord according to Paul the Apostle: Anyone also interested in this period will want to pick up their books as well.
He is author of many books James F. An Interview with Michael Brown: Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Particularly noteworthy is Fee’s sustained and generally convincing argument for what some are calling ‘christological cee according to which Christ is included by Paul and other NT authors within the definition of ‘God. The author provides a detailed analysis of the letters of Paul individually, exploring the Christology of each one, and then attempts a synthesis of the exegetical work into a biblical Christology of Paul May we be likewise.
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My library Help Advanced Book Search. It’s difficult to imagine a way to refute these arguments, given the careful textual detail Fee provides.
Monotheism and Christology in the New Testament, In so doing, Fee demonstrates that Paul possesses a very high view of Christology. He is author of many books.
May we be likewise. Baker Academic; Reprint edition July 1, Language: The Holy Spirit in the Letters of Paul. The author provides a detailed analysis of the letters of Paul individually, exploring the Christology of each one, and then attempts a synthesis of the exegetical work into a biblical Christology of Paul.
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MooKenneth T. MooWheaton College Graduate School “To say that this work is monumental is to understate the case. An Exegetical-theological Study Gordon D. Explore the Home Gift Guide.
So yordon readers can excavate the essence of Fee’s main points. He is not afraid to challenge some current academic ‘assured results,’ and whether one finally agrees with him or not, his arguments need to be seriously considered. The reason for the controversy is the ambiguity in punctuation.
Ships from and sold by Amazon. Moreover, these themes are picked up later in 1 Cor If you are a seller for this product, would you like fef suggest updates through seller support? This is one of the works that every pastor as well as scholar should have on their shelves. Shameful Bodies Peace Through Christ: As with almost all of Fee’s work, his exegesis is generally fair and very clear.
Howard Marshallemeritus professor of New Testament exegesis and honorary research professor, University of Aberdeen. It is well written, nicely presented and, as one would expect of Fee, its indices and gordonn are carefully compiled in order to facilitate further research.
The book also includes such helpful features as a careful consideration of Paul’s chrjstology of the Septuagint, an equally careful study of Paul’s own linguistic characteristics, and a series of appendices listing christological references found in each of the Pauline letters. I am currently designing a new course on the Apostle Paul and this work is invaluable to my study of Pauline Themes. This is supported strongly within Paul by the ease with which he transitions between speaking of the Spirit of God and the Spirit of Christ, hence paauline the two.