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Either Jew or Gentile: Paul's Unfolding Theology of Inclusivity [Paperback]

By Eung Chun Park (Author)
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In this book, Eung Chun Park reconstructs a focused and coherent narrative of the last two decades of the life of Paul as it revolved around Gentile mission. The result is a detailed and thorough analysis of the Pauline letters that shows how Paul's theology changed over the course of his life as a result of his struggle to defend his gospel against those who advocated a different kind of gospel.

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In this book, Eung Chun Park reconstructs a focused and coherent narrative of the last two decades of the life of Paul as it revolved around Gentile mission. The result is a detailed and thorough analysis of the Pauline letters that shows how Paul's theology changed over the course of his life as a result of his struggle to defend his gospel against those who advocated a different kind of gospel.

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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Pages   136
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.14" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.45 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jul 1, 2003
Publisher   Westminster John Knox Press
Edition  New  
ISBN  0664224539  
ISBN13  9780664224530  


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Finding grace in Paul  Mar 17, 2004
Eung Chun Park takes us on a journey with Paul, not in the sense of biography but rather theology. Here he traces Paul's theological development as he confronts new issues in the church, particularly how to unite people of diverse backgrounds and attitudes toward the Christ. His essential suggestion (it's not really a premise) is that we can take Paul's growing sense of inclusion toward Christians of both Jewish and Gentile background (starting in his harsh condemnation in Galatians and ending with the hymn of Philippians) and extend it to consider people of other religions. Do I agree with this? Not really -- Paul's inclusiveness extended to those who experienced Jesus and no further (consider his hatred of idols). That proved no stumbling block, however. I learned a lot from the book. I particularly appreciated his examination of Philippians, placing the writing of the letter at the end of Paul's ministry when he was a captive in Rome. What's more, it's a book on the New Testament that didn't put me to sleep.
 

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