Douglas A. Campbell on Galatians 5:11

The latest issue of NTS has an article by Campbell on Galatians 5:11

Douglas A. Campbell, “Galatians 5.11: Evidence of an Early Law-observant Mission by Paul?” New Testament Studies. 57:3 (2011): 325-347.

Campbell argues that Paul originally taught a “fully law-observant gospel” to Gentiles that included circumcision but later changed his mind and taught against that view. Personally I think this conclusion is untenable because the “offense of the cross” was always there but feel free to read his article and refute my ignorance!

3 responses to “Douglas A. Campbell on Galatians 5:11

  1. Can you flesh out (so to speak) your line of thinking about the “offense of the cross,” but I’m not quite seeing the connection from that to what Gal 5:11 means.

  2. Richard Fellows

    I have the same question as Stephen. How do we know that Paul understood the “offense of the cross” from as early as the time of his conversion/calling?

  3. Richard Fellows

    I have reviewed Campbell’s paper here.

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